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How do I write a rolling date query?

I need to write a query that will provide a rolling 30, 60 and 90 day look from current date.  I've tried using the now(90d) but must not know exactly how to write it because I'm getting an error "Function 'now' expected '0' arguments but received '1'."

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Derek Fields Community Leader Feb 18, 2021

don't use now(). just write "dueDate > 30d" 

thanks! That is helpful for items that are 90 days out.  I want to see items that are due in 30 days, 60 days then 90 days.  

Use 60d and 90d in the same way.

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