For something this basic I’m surprised there’s a change at all.
OK, I used to use an older version, dated around December 2017. I’m not sure what version that was. But the way it handles cookie is pretty much standard, just like in a browser. After a call (GET/POST/etc), if there’s cookie, the cookie(s) will be put into the cookie store for that host. And then on subsequent request to the same host, the cookie(s) from cookie store will be automatically put in the request to be sent along. I don’t have to do anything special.
This morning, for some reason I’m now kicking myself over, I clicked OK to the request to upgrade to 6.1.3 (I use Postman for Windows). Now the seamless handling of cookie(s) are gone. Postman no longer puts the incoming cookies in the store. If I want to, I have to copy/paste all of them over. It’s such a pain!
Why would the behavior change? I don’t understand.
I’m now trying to find out whatever old version I was using so I can go back. Problem is I’ll probably lose all the collections I’ve been building What a nightmare…