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Hello,

If you mean a placeholder for 120 days (like 'today' or 'tomorrow') - I'm afraid this is not possible, all available placeholders are listed in the page you referred. However, you can hardcode the date and use the following search: `updated: 2019-09-01 .. Today`.

This search will return all issues that were updated since September 1st 2019 to today. You can specify any date range like that. 
Please let me know if it helps. 

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Yeah, that's what I though/was affraid of.

I asked about it in the context of workflows (to check for issues older than -- I'm aware that I can do that with function and check "age" of ticket, but having already filtered list would be handy).

What's more - using it in various views (boards) would also be super helpful!

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We have several placeholders like Today or Two weeks ago but it looks impossible to have a placeholder for all possible time ranges (every team has its own process and they all needs different ranges - one month or two months or a year). 

Doing this via workflow looks like a good alternative to me. Also, you can create an on-schedule rule which will run every day, check all issues and mark those of them which were updated in a specified period of time with a special tag. After that, you will be able to search for them using this tag (like tag: <tagname>). Hope it helps. 

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I thought it woulc be possible to have parametrised placeholder, i.e. `{90 days}`

Thanks for the hint with the tag - interesting approach :-)

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I believe we have a corresponding feature request for that, please feel free to upvote it: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/JT-24025. Thank you for your feedback!

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Yes, this is exactly the same - thanks, upvoted!

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