I recently updated my desktop client to version 8.0.3 from 7.36.0.
When I was using version 7.36.0, cookies would be saved after receiving an access token from the IPD we use for authentication using OAuth 2.0. There would be numerous time where I would need to change the user login for separate testing. So I would open up the cookies manager and delete the authentication cookies so I can get a new access token using the new user account.
However, I’m not seeing any cookies being saved after I authenticate using version 8.0.3. I open up the cookies manager and nothing would be there. The only way I can clear everything is to stop the client and restart it again, then I would be able to receive an access token using the new user account. Otherwise it just refreshes the access token for the current user account.
Is there a way for Postman to save these authentication cookies in this new version? If so, how do I set it up, because I’m not seeing anything in the settings that seems to be related to authentication cookies.