Is there any way to continue with tests in postman even if any one assert fails in it?

In a Postman GET request, I have used multiple assertions. However, if any assertion fails, Postman will stops its execution then and there and will throw an error.

Is there any way to prevent this and continue with other assertions even if any one among them fails?

pm.test(“Verify the Usage amount for Text”, function () {
pm.response.to.have.status(200);
var jsonData = pm.response.json() ;
pm.expect(responseBody.length).to.eql(3);
pm.expect(jsonData, “response is NOT empty”).not.to.be.empty;
});
like in above example, I wanted to test all 3 assertion and than fail the tests.
Currently if it fails on first assertion, it stops the test and showed the result only for first assertion without testing rest two assertions.

try putting each validation in its own pm.test…

pm.test(“Verify the Usage amount for Text”, function () {
pm.response.to.have.status(200);
});

pm.test(“Verify the Usage amount for Text”, function () {
var jsonData = pm.response.json() ;
pm.expect(responseBody.length).to.eql(3);
});

pm.test(“Verify the Usage amount for Text”, function () {
pm.expect(jsonData, “response is NOT empty”).not.to.be.empty;
});

Thanks for replying.Yes that is the one way, but I wanted to test all in one test command so that Total Test count will remain one in the report.