LeftieBiker wrote:The 2011 & 2012 Leafs have to option to charge to 80% using the charge timer. Overriding the timer for any reason results in a 100% charge if left unattended. The 2013 Leaf - and that year only - also has a setting in the car's menu to limit all charging to 80% unless the Timer Override button is pressed. That means you can plug it in anytime, and if you have the timer Off or set to always be active, it will only charge to 80% (or 79% in my quirky Leaf's case). A very handy feature, but one that resulted in a lower average EPA estimated range for the 2013 Leafs, so it was dropped after one year.
Everything else you wrote is right but I'm not sure the bolded part is correct.
IIRC, if you have no timers enabled and you turn on the long life mode 80% setting, even if you press the timer override button ("immediate charge" button in Nissan parlance), it will not charge to over 80%. There's even some verbiage on page CH-38 of the '13 manual about that.
However, if you have enabled for 80% AND the separate (non-timer related) long-life mode 80% setting is off, I know that if you send a start charge command via Carwings/Nissan Connect, it will go to 100% (I do this frequently). I'm reasonably sure pressing timer override aka immediate charge will do the same thing, as well.