Technically we only want the rate limit table because the tenant want to monitor their usage. We don't want to give them admin capability because they maybe able to access some configuration which not on their scope.
If there's a workaround that would be great.
BTW, this is table they want to have:
Got it - yes, that would be helpful for them to see. We should be able to pull that out into it's own view fairly easily. I'll get it on the roadmap for a near term addition.
Until then, you can tell them their DomainTools account manager is always happy to give them updated stats on usage.
Thanks for letting us know of a way to improve the app. We'll get it done.
Hi, Mark here from DomainTools. Thanks for using our app!
At present, the app shows those rate limits on the same page as the app settings, and that's why it needs that capability. We'll add it to our feature list to consider building that rate limit table as a standalone info page.
Can you help me understand more why you'd like these details as a non-admin user? We may be able to provide a workaround for now depending on what you're looking for. And is it the rate limit specifically, or the used / remaining queries, or something else?