Hello Liat, by what I understood, you need a dynamic filter and not specific dates, correct?
There was a doubt like yours some time ago, follow here: documentation.
But keeping it short, I'll quote a previous answer:
"You can get half way there with some JQL functions built-in (startOfWeek(), startOfMonth()), but it's not like a cron pattern.
Maybe you could compose a horrible query that goes something like this: created > startOfWeek(7h) AND created <= startOfWeek(17h) OR created > startOfWeek(31h) AND created <= startOfWeek(41h)...
I'm afraid you'll have to create your own JQL function using ScriptRunner, unless somebody else knows of a plugin that does more flexible queries based on times."
I don't know your JIRA version, but you can check JIRA quick filters with more information of how to edit it as well.
I think that would be the simplest way to do it, I hope this helps you.
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