You can't provide battery info directly from the leaf. But you can give it the following info.
This is how it works. The next screen shows the desired input.
Lets say you arrive home with 45 kilometers remaining as indicated. You want to charge it up but not to max 184 km. (varies. In summer more like 195) You choose 150 as that is around 85 percent...ish. You just rotate the top and bottom numbers with your finger to what you want and you are done. If it is off to much one way or the other you can play with the efficiency on the previous screen etc. After a few charges you kinda find the g-spot and you don't have to go back to that screen. Its pretty reliable and easy to use. And no more charging to 100 percent...unless of course you want to.
Reality is we rarely use this on the leaf as we use the timers on the car. The leaf is parked outside and the smart is parked inside. We use it on the smart EV every time. But its inside and never needs to be pre-warmed...or cooled.. Not so with the leaf as we use the pre-warm pretty much from october 1st on so the timers in the leaf are much handier.
Our Juice box is almost 5 years old. The new ones look much cooler and probably have new software.
2020 Model 3 Tesla. AWD with FSD. Deep metallic blue. Our daily driver.
2016 Nissan Leaf SV 30KWh Culis Red. Sold. Was my daily driver. Loved that car.
EV only Family...well except for the big diesel motorhome.