Variables from previous responses Copy a response dynamic value Use the dynamic value in any field Use in an environment variable Variables from previous responses¶ Environments Variables from previous responses Discover environments Use values from previous responses Obfuscate and encrypt your passwords Use File dynamic values anywhere Paw lets you easily parse data from previous response and use it in your next requests. This is handy to chain requests, for example getting the ID of an object from a search endpoint and in the next request retrieving more details about it. The steps below will guide you through copying a dynamic value for this from a response and use it in a response. Optionally, you’ll be able to set this dynamic value in an environment variable to use it in multiple requests easily. Copy a response dynamic valueCopy a response dynamic value¶ In the response view, right-click on the field you’re interested in and pick Copy as Response Body Dynamic Value Use the dynamic value in any fieldUse the dynamic value in any field¶ Paste the value you have in any field, open the popover to check the value Change the request, key path or format if needed (the last response of the request will be used) Autocompletion helps yo to get the right key path Use in an environment variableUse in an environment variable¶ Open the Environment panel: Create a new Environment and Variable: Just paste the same response dynamic value you had in an environment variable Or manually insert a response dynamic value: right-click on any field, pick Response > Response Parsed Body You can now insert this variable in other requests.