The possible filters for the Activity Stream are shown in this documentation:
Because it shows the recent activity related to those filters selected it can't be filtered by any time value.
Not in the documentation, but there is a maxResults parameter that at least lets you increase the time range by number of items. Not exactly direct, but if you're trying to consume the activity stream with some automated process (which I don't believe is the intent of activity streams), at least you can set eg `maxResults=2000` and hopefully 2000 things don't happen within your poll frequency.
I was hoping to use this for updating an external system that is linked to JIRA tickets, but it doesn't look like there's enough fidelity in the activity streams response plus the possibility of missing updates makes this a no-go for me. Posting as an answer in case it's useful to someone else though.
Quick manual work around is to just pull as much data as you can and find your timeframe in the browser using the RSS feature of your activity stream. I put in 1000 because I just wanted earlier in the week, but I'd imagine you can pull even more. Probably a good idea to run this at low usage hours . This would assume you have a compatible version of core and add-on etc.
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