I'm just regurgitating what's already stated on the quotas page but I'll try to clarify.
Apps Script can only make HTTP Requests from its URLFetchApp service. So that means if you're using a consumer grade account (one whose email address ends in gmail.com
) the max number of requests you can make per day is 20,000 across all HTTP methods (GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, DELETE, etc.). If you have a business-grade Google Workspace account you can make up to 100,000 requests per day. Now that's just an upper-bound, Google might choose to throttle requests based on workload so its not a guarantee.
The max execution time for a script (per invocation) is 6 minutes. There have been exceptions to that rule in the past (business-grade accounts had up to 30-minute execution times at one point) but those days seem to be behind us. Its 6-minutes across the board - take that as the rule.
I assume that by 'Reset Timing' you are referring to time-based triggers. If I recall correctly, you get 90-minutes total trigger execution per day (cumulative sum of executions times per invocation in one day, where each individual execution cannot exceed 6 minutes) . If you exhaust that quota your trigger returns an error. Google's policy around triggers are somewhat strict so if you try to abuse them Google has no qualms deleting your trigger,