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Step 6) To share our environment with others or use it on different machines, we need to export it as a JSON file. To do this, we can click on the eye icon next to the environment dropdown in the Global section of Postman. This will open a pop-up window where we can see the current values of our environment variables. At the bottom of this window, there is a button that says Download as JSON. If we click on it, we will be prompted to choose a location to save the file. We can browse to the folder where we have our collection and select it. Then we can click on Save to complete the export process. This way, we can keep our environment and collection together in the same folder.
Step 7) Now that we have exported our environment and collection, we can share them with others or import them into another Postman instance. To import a collection or an environment, we can click on the Import button at the top left corner of Postman. This will open a dialog box where we can drag and drop the files or browse to select them. We can also import files from a URL or from a GitHub repository. Once we have selected the files, we can click on Import to add them to Postman.
Step 8) After importing a collection or an environment, we can see them in the left sidebar of Postman. We can click on the collection name to expand it and see the requests inside it. We can also click on the environment dropdown to select the environment we want to use. We can edit the collection or the environment by clicking on the three dots icon next to their names and choosing Edit from the menu. This will open a tab where we can modify the name, description, variables, authorization, pre-request scripts, and tests of the collection or the environment.
Step 9) To run a collection, we can use the Collection Runner feature of Postman. We can access it by clicking on the arrow icon next to the collection name and choosing Run from the menu. This will open a new window where we can configure various options for running the collection, such as iterations, data files, delays, log level, etc. We can also choose which requests to run or skip by checking or unchecking them in the list. Once we have set up everything, we can click on Run Collection to start the execution. We can see the results in real time in the Runner window. 061ffe29dd