Issue filter: due date

I would like to know what the measuring unit of the field due in filters is. Is it seconds?

Creating filters for overdue issues was pretty simple, since due is less than zero then and the measuring unit for the time does not care. This is one sample of my filters:

status not in (Resolved, Closed, Done) AND due <= "0" ...

However, I would like to create some filters for issues that are due in less than or equal to one day or one week and so on. I could try to set some value and observe the behavior to find out if the measuring unit is seconds, minutes, hours or something else, but trial and error is more time expansive than asking + maybe someone else already had the same issue or has it in the future smile

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You can use m, h, d, w. Examples:

due > 20d

due > '1w 20d'

due > 100h

Nice, perfect answer! Thank you!

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