That's helpful. The product I need it for doesn't support OAS 3.0 yet but 
it's coming soon. Hopefully the timing works out. How do I get on a list to 
be notified of the release?

Thanks for the quick and helpful reply.

On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 11:09:07 AM UTC-8, Shannon Wallace wrote:
> Hi Owen,
> We're working on adding more to newly created API Definitions - what you 
> described is the current state. We just began work to create OAS 3 
> definitions (not just 2.0), and the plan is to include much more in the 
> definitions than we do now for 2.0. Bear with us as we build that out. I'm 
> guessing a couple of months, and we'll have something solid.
> Are you looking specifically to create OAS 2.0 files? Or will 3.0 be just 
> as good or better?
> Thanks for the feedback!
> Shannon Wallace
> Product Manager, Swagger Inspector
> On Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 6:23:08 PM UTC-5, Owen Runnals wrote:
>> I'm using the Swagger Inspector to inspect an existing GET API. I'm able 
>> to authenticate, make the call and see a response, then I check the box in 
>> the history and click Create API Definition. 
>> Once the definition is created in SwaggerHub my parameters are documented 
>> properly but I see no documentation on the response object and the types of 
>> objects that get returned from that API call. The object response is 
>> primarily what I'm trying to document, so is this possible and I'm just 
>> missing a step here?
>> Thanks!
>> Owen

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