You can use simple numeric comparisons on dates and times, so you can easily do things like "due date > 30/01/2016" to say "due date is after the 30th of January 2016"
You can use dynamic dates too - "due date > -7d" means "due date is set to after 7 days ago when this query is executed"
And there are functions, so
"due date > now() and due date < +7d" will show you "all issues with a due date in the next week"
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