Run Typeform in Postman

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Typeform offers a Postman collection to help you decide whether to integrate with Typeform and learn how specific calls work in our platform.

Postman is a widely used tool for API exploration and discovery. Postman is helpful for trying out APIs and learning your way around what an API offers and how it works.

If you aren't familiar with Postman, check out the Postman Learning Center.


All you need to run Typeform in Postman is a free Typeform account.

Get up and running with Typeform and Postman

  1. Download and install Postman if you do not already have it.
  2. Click the button below to Run in Postman. The Postman app will open, and the Typeform collection will be imported. Run in Postman
  3. In your Typeform account, create a new personal access token. In the Description field, name it Postman token (or whatever is meaningful to you).
  4. Copy your Postman token value.
  5. In Postman, add a global variable named typeform_personal_token. Paste the Postman token value into the CURRENT VALUE field for your typeform_personal_token and click Save.

You're ready to go!

Use Postman to send a request to GET to retrieve your Typeform account information. If you have some forms in your Typeform account, call GET to see a list of them. Or call any of the available endpoints for our APIs---they're listed on the left side of this page.

If you have any trouble running Typeform in Postman, please contact developer support.

NOTE: For maximum security, be sure to delete the Postman token in Postman and your Typeform account when you no longer need it. You can always make another personal access token later.

What's next?

Create an application that integrates with Typeform's APIs! If you're looking for inspiration, you can find out what other open-source developers are doing on our Community projects page.

You can also take a look at an explanation for a JSON response from our Responses API to see how they're structured.