The number of requests to a specific API endpoint is throttled to a total number of 6,000 requests per minute per user account.
For collection endpoints (POST resource and GET resources), the endpoint is defined as the API URL and the HTTP method, for example:
For item endpoints (PUT resource, DELETE resource and GET resource), the endpoint is defined as the API URL including the resource ID and the HTTP method, for example:
Every HTTP response from the API includes a set of rate limit headers, which are as follows:
X-RateLimit-Limit: The total allowed number of requests per rate limit period.
X-RateLimit-Remaining: The number of requests remaining in the rate limit period.
X-RateLimit-Reset: The epoch time (seconds since 00:00:00 UTC on January 1, 1970) at which the rate limit resets.
X-RateLimit-Reset-8061: The date and time at which the rate limit resets in ISO 8601 format.
The API will refuse to process the request and will respond with a
429 HTTP response code.
Your app must immediately cease making API requests to that specific endpoint until the
X-RateLimit-Reset time has expired and the rate limit has been reset.
No, rate limits are per user account. Each team member is logged in to their own user account, even when they are working on your resources. Their API rate limits are not aggregated into the rate limits on your user account.
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