Resolving team conflicts
By syncing your Postman data with an account, you can work between devices and as part of a team. If a conflict occurs between the data in your local app and the data synced to the Postman servers, you will see a prompt allowing you to choose which version to preserve.
For example, if a teammate makes a change to the same request you are currently working on, and their change syncs to the Postman servers while you are editing yours, then you attempt to save your changes, a conflict may arise.
If Postman encounters a conflict between your local app and the synced data for your account or team, you will see the Resolve Sync Conflicts modal when your account attempts to sync.
You will see a tab for each collection affected by conflicts, and each conflict listed indicating the difference between the local and server version.
You can choose to preserve your local changes, or update your local version to match the synced version from the server. You will see an overview of each conflict and can choose Local changes or Server changes for each one.
Make your selections and click Resolve Conflicts to update both your local version and the synced version of the projects you're working on. You will need to make selections for every collection affected and click Resolve Conflicts to update each one. If you choose your local changes, other devices and team members will now see your changes whenever Postman syncs for them.
If you update the conflict selections and want to revert to the original selections, which will be to use the server changes by default, click Reset.
You can use version control on your collections to manage changes within a team, for example by creating forks and opening pull requests to merge your changes.