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About date fields

You can create custom date fields that can be set by typing a date or using a calendar.

You can filter for date values using the YYYY-MM-DD format, for example: date:2022-07-01. You can also use operators, such as >, >=, <, <=, and ... For example, date:>2022-07-01 and date:2022-07-01..2022-07-31. You can also provide @today to represent the current day in your filter. For more information, see "Filtering projects."

Adding a date field

  1. In table view, in the rightmost field header, click . Screenshot of a project. The "Add field" button is highlighted with an orange outline.
  2. Click New field.
  3. At the top of the dropdown, type the name of your new field.
  4. Select Date
  5. Click Save.

Alternatively, open the project command palette by pressing Command+K (Mac) or Ctrl+K (Windows/Linux) and start typing "Create new field."