Postman collections offer a convenient way to quickly onboard with Sendcloud APIs
The best way to experiment with the collection is to create a fork. A fork allows you to set up your private environments and create a tailored experience for your specific needs. A fork is a new instance of an element that you can change without changing the parent element. In Postman, you can fork collections, environments, and flows. Forking enables you to contribute to a component without having editor access to that element.
If you work as part of a team, you can use environments to group related sets of values together and manage access to shared data. If you need to set the value for your API keys, use the environment templates. They already have sets of variables and values to start using the APIs.
We currently support two versions of our APIs: it is stable
v2 and it is
v3 which is in development. We have a Postman collection for each of them, along with a template environment for each version.
|Sendcloud Environment Template
|Sendcloud API [v3]
|Sendcloud [v3] Environment Template
v3 is still in development. If you are working with this version, you should prepare for potential changes in functionality, performance, and security. You can use Returns and the beta version of Orders. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.