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Using the Date Filter
Using the Date Filter

Go back (or to the future) using various Date filters

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When searching for data in Productive, you can use various date-based filters that will help you quickly find what you need.

You can search for a time-based event, such as:

  • date created

  • due date

  • expected closure date

  • expected delivery date

The filter will change according to the object in question, e.g. a Deal can have a Won date assigned to it, while a task can't.

Ways To Filter Data

The first set of filters is dynamic, and covers days, weeks, months, years, and quarters:

When you select e.g. "This week", the data presented will cover the exact week you're in right now, so you don't have to adjust it manually every time.

The second option is a classic date range:

Here you can click on the calendar to select a range, or you can manually enter the exact date in the fields:

The current date is always marked blue:

The third is a dynamic day range, where you can choose the last or upcoming days in groups of 7 days, 14 days, 30 days, 90 days, or even 365 days.

You can also save your preferred view, and Productive will dynamically change the range. For example, if you create a view that shows tasks that have a due date for this week:

You'll always get a dynamic overview for this week, whatever time of year it is, and the same goes for other parts of the app (Budgets, Deals, Projects...)

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