The latest creation date or time that a document can have in order to be exported.
To specify a date use:
- DD/MM/YYYY or DD/MM/YY
Note that you can specify the date using three numbers that are separated by slashes. The first of these numbers determines the day, the second the time and the third the year. If the year is a number less than 40, it is read as a year in the 2000s. If the year is a number between 40 and 99, it is read as a year in the 1900s. For example, 1/02/1 is read as February 1st 2001, while 01/3/40 is read as March 1st 1999.
- a positive or negative number in order to specify a number of days from today (for example, 3 or -3 to specify today's date plus 3 days or today's date minus 3 days).
To specify a time use:
- a positive or negative number postfixed with an s in order to specify a number of seconds from now (for example, 100s or -100s to specify the current time plus 100 seconds or the current time minus 100 seconds).
- a positive number postfixed with an e in order to specify epoch seconds (for example, 1023782400e to specify 11th June 2002, 9 am).