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We've all received requirements where we need to filter a view based on a date time being greater then today's' date. When looking through the date time operators its very clear that we have several operators close to this but it's not as easy as selecting field is greater then today.
There have been several community driven solutions for this operator but after testing several of them out this is my favorite. In this scenario we've been asked for a view where opportunities estimated close date has not been reached.
It's a rather simple solution but lets break down each of these operators to understand what's being achieved and the flexibility this provides.
Today: This operator will use anytime during the day of execution.
Next X Years: This operator uses 12 month cycles to be the year. This means if the view was executed Feb 17th 2018 10:14 AM it would go to Feb 17th 2019 end of day.
That wraps up today's blog post. As always please comment below if you want to share how you satisfy this requirement. I'll update post with peoples suggestions.
Thank you Jason, I really like the idea.
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