Running a Postman flow multiple times asynchronously

Hello Postman Community,

I’m currently working on a series of Postman collections that represent a specific user flow, including steps such as searching for available time slots → adding items to a cart → processing payment → confirming the order by using Postman flow.

I’m looking for a way to efficiently execute this flow multiple times with a single click, asynchronously. I’ve attempted to use the “repeat” feature in Postman, but unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to achieve the desired result.

Could someone please provide guidance on how I can run this flow multiple times in an asynchronous manner, where one flow starts immediately after the previous one completes? I believe this would significantly streamline my testing process and improve efficiency.

Any insights, tips, or alternative approaches would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

Hi @hchosojospaclub

Welcome to the forums!

There’s a couple ways of doing this:

  1. Make your flow, then deploy it to the cloud, and you can make a second flow that calls the webhook url of the first flow X number of times with a repeat block.

  2. You can create a repeat block hooked up to the start of your first request. If you don’t mind sharing a screenshot, happy to help debug what was going wrong when you tried it.

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