After you create a 1upHealth Account and your first application (following the steps in our Quick Start Guide here), you will have your application's
client_secret. Using those, you can try the 1upHealth APIs via Postman by downloading the collection (Postman lingo for a folder of APIs) and environment (which contains your Postman variables) below.
For each API in the collection, you can expand the description beneath the title in Postman for more information by clicking the caret icon.
Before any of the APIs will work, you will need to configure your environment variables in Postman. In the top right corner in Postman click the gear wheel icon to "Manage Environments". You will need to set values for the following variables:
client_id - from when you create your 1upHealth application
client_secret - from when you create your 1upHealth application
code - automatically set via Postman collection item 1 or 2, just need to execute
access_token - automatically set via Postman collection item 3 or 4
refresh_token - automatically set via Postman collection item 3 or 4