I'd like to see how many API calls I've made within the past 24 hours, as well as my request limit for a given 24-hour period.

How can I do this?

I was able to find this post, but I couldn't figure out what edition I was using, it was unclear to me how the number of users on an account affected the limits, and it doesn't tell me how many calls I've made.

I was also able to find this on help.salesforce.com, but it's from 2010, and the page it's talking about appears to no longer exist.

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To see what Edition you use, you can check it on the Browser tab. It's written on the tab tooltip.

And to check the number API calls go to : Setup > Monitoring > System Overview, and on the top-right block, you can check this information.

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    Is there a way to access this info through the api? Like an API call to SF to find my company's current api usage and limits.
    – Oak
    Apr 29, 2016 at 1:32

You can get this information from the new Limits Resource (Released in Spring '15)


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