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How to Filter for Issues Created Over X Amount of Days

I've seen posts about filtering for less than X amount of days or dates, but none about filtering for issues OVER X amount of days since originally created.

I try to do "createdDate > +32d.  But then it says no to using "+", so I use \u002b which it tells me to use instead.  

Then I have "createdDate > \u002b32d.  But then says my format for createdDate is wrong.  Even though it suggest what I'm already doing which is use period format e.g. '5d', '4w 2d'.

Every time I change it to what it suggest it then says invalid period format.  

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John Funk
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Feb 09, 2021

Hi Jason - Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Are you comparing the createdDate to today? If so, try something like:

createdDate >= startOfDay(32)

John Funk
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Feb 09, 2021

Actually, that won't make sense because you can't see issues create after today. 

What exactly are you wanting to see? What is the scenario? 

Basically, where in the Issue it says "Created:" (as shown below) , if that number is higher than 32 days, I want all of those results.

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I guess that would be createdDate < startOfDay(-32)

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John Funk
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Feb 09, 2021

Correct  :-)

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