- Installing and updating
- Navigating Postman
- Sending your first request
- Managing your account
- Syncing your work
- Discovering templates
- Creating your first collection
- Creating a workspace
- Setting up your Postman app
- Importing and exporting data
- Troubleshooting app issues
- Building requests
- Authorizing requests
- Receiving responses
- Grouping requests in collections
- Using variables
- Managing environments
- Visualizing responses
- Specifying examples
- Using cookies
- Working with certificates
- Generating client code
- Troubleshooting requests
- Scripting in Postman
- Writing pre-request scripts
- Writing tests
- Using the Collection Runner
- Scheduling runs with monitors
- Building request workflows
- Importing data files
- Working with your team
- Defining roles
- Requesting access
- Sharing your work
- Your Private API Network
- Commenting on collections
- Versioning APIs
- Using version control
- Using the API Builder
- Managing and sharing APIs
- Validating APIs
- Monitoring APIs
- Setting up a monitor
- Viewing monitor results
- Monitoring APIs and websites
- Set up integrations to receive alerts
- Running Postman monitors using static IPs
- Troubleshooting monitors
- Monitoring FAQs
- Analyzing with reports
- Documenting your API
- Authoring your docs
- Publishing your docs
- Viewing documentation
- Using custom domains
- Publishing templates
- Publishing to the API Network
- Submission guidelines
- Managing your team
- Purchasing Postman
- Configuring team settings
- Utilizing audit logs
- Onboarding checklist
- Intro to SSO
- Configuring SSO for a team
- Logging in to an SSO team
- Microsoft AD FS
- Custom SAML in Azure AD
- Custom SAML in Duo
- Custom SAML in GSuite
- Custom SAML in Okta
- Custom SAML in Onelogin
- Custom SAML in Ping Identity
- Migrating to the current version of Postman
- Developing with Postman utilities
- Postman API
- Echo API
- Collection SDK
- Postman Runtime library
- Code generator library
- Postman Collection conversion
Postman provides a self-serve billing process. Refer to the following sections for guidance on managing your account, plan, and payment.
- Next steps
The Postman billing dashboard provides access to account management.
In your billing dashboard, select Account History. This page allows you to view your team's historical billing activity, as well as the date and time of each action.
Items such as updates to your Postman subscription, card changes, payments, and charges are all listed in chronological order.
In your billing dashboard, select Invoices. To get a copy of an invoice, hover over its listing and select Get Invoice.
To add or edit the information on an invoice, see adding custom information to invoices.
In your billing dashboard, select Overages. Check or uncheck the box to enable or disable monitoring overages for your team.
If your API development pipeline is dependent on Postman monitoring, disabling overages may cause unintended consequences. To avoid this as well as potentially fluctuating pay-as-you-go charges, check out pre-paid monitoring blocks.
Postman offers various payment options dependent on your plan type.
In order to add, remove, or set a default card, select Payment Methods in your billing dashboard.
To add, click Add A New Card.
To remove, hover over the card in question and select the trash can icon.
To set a card as default, hover over the card and Set as Default.
Invoicing is available to Postman Business and Enterprise teams. New customers can email the Postman Sales team to get started. Existing customers can submit a request to be invoiced instead of automatically charged.
You can pay invoices online, via check, or via wire-transfer. Invoices will be sent to your team's billing email address found in your billing details, and will include offline payment instructions. Pending payments can be found in your billing dashboard.
To add or edit the information on an invoice, navigate to your billing dashboard and select Invoices > Edit Invoice Details > Billing Details.
Add or update your billing email, company name, address, and (if applicable) VAT ID, then Save Changes. All future invoices will have the updated copy. To modify an existing invoice, submit a request.
If you have a card on file, Postman will automatically attempt 3 times to charge it. If this is unsuccessful, team members with billing privileges will be notified via email.
If payment is unsuccessful, Postman offers a grace period of 10 days to avoid service disruption. For invoice-based teams, this means 10 days following the due date listed on the invoice.
All team members are notified in the event of non-payment and subsequent service deactivation in Postman.
To change your plan immediately, navigate to your billing dashboard and click ... > Change Plan. Select your desired plan from the drop-down and choose Annual or Monthly for your billing cycle. Adjust your team size, then Proceed to confirm changes.
The cost of your new plan and/or additional seats will be prorated based on the time left in your team's billing cycle. For more information, contact Postman's sales team.
You can set instructions to determine what will happen at the end of your current billing cycle. To do so, navigate to your billing dashboard, then click ... > Set instructions for next billing cycle.
You can view your current plan and opt to Edit Standing Instructions. Select your desired option from the drop-down, then click Proceed and confirm your changes.
You can change your standing instructions at any time before the end of your current billing cycle.
Monthly teams can switch to an annual plan at any time by navigating to your billing dashboard and selecting ... > Change Plan.
Annual teams can switch to a monthly plan at the end of the current billing cycle. The number of days left in your current billing cycle appears under Upcoming Invoice.
The availability of monitoring calls depends on your Postman plan level, with a portion allocated at no extra charge on all paid plans. Unless monitoring overages are disabled, you will be charged on a pay-as-you-go basis.
To purchase monitoring blocks, visit your monitoring usage details and select Set monitoring block count.
For information on team management, see Managing your team.
To learn more about the billing team role, see Roles and Permissions.