I don’t know what I did wrong, but I had a bunch of queries saved locally that I built up over many months and when I tried creating a mock server an error popped up about being unable to retrieve version numbers. I decided to try upgrading postman to see if that would resolve the issue and ended up logging into my account, probably for the first time in a long time. After signing in, I kept getting a popup in postman telling me that I needed to upgrade to 7.0. Every time I clicked the button to upgrade it would take me to my account but I never saw a button on the account page saying to migrate to 7.0 like I expected from looking at the documentation on the postman website. Every time I started postman it gave me the same popup and eventually I just clicked “sign out” and as part of that it deleted everything I had locally, which was a substantial amount of work. After that postman started normally, but all of my data was gone.
I don’t understand why as part of signing out of my account it has to delete all my local data, or why postman would ever delete local data, which was created completely outside my account.
I love postman and everything it can do but the account and data management could use a lot of improvement, and this was a horrible user experience, FYI.