You can enter dates and times using Natural Language like:
- [ 8am to 9am ]
- [ 7:32am 3 days ago ]
- [ noon April 1st ]
Date/time ranges are expressed in any of these forms, where t0 is the earliest date and t1 is the latest date:
- t0 to t1
- from t0 to t1
- between t0 and t1
- t0 until t1
The intent is to enable you to speak your query easily, so if there's date-related query that's not working as you'd expect, just contact us. Some examples:
|Search Box Text
|8am today in your local timezone.
|8am Pacific Time (America/Los_Angeles) time zone regardless of your browser's current timezone. See supported time zone names and abbreviations.
|Unless you're a night owl searching after 11pm in your local timezone, Camio interprets this query as 11pm yesterday. i.e. Camio interprets date/time that would be in the future as intending to reference the past.
This means the prior Sunday at 2pm. If you happen to be searching on a Sunday, and really meant today Sunday rather than the prior Sunday, you would instead enter either:
|3 days ago at 3:30pm
|If searching on Monday, this means the prior Friday at 3:30pm.
|Monday 12am to Tuesday 12am
|This constrains search results to the 24-hour period of Monday.
|Show results starting at this precise timestamp.
|2018-12-28T04:00:00.000-0800 to 2018-12-28T05:00:00.000-0800
|Show only the one-hour period between 4am and 5am on December 28, 2018.
|4am December 28, 2018 to 5am December 28, 2018
|same as above when browser's timezone offset is PDT -0800.
|If you're performing this search at 12pm on Monday (the current time), then this means 12pm the prior Sunday (i.e. start at the current time of the day specified)
|from 11pm Dec 24th to 6am Dec 25th
|Show only the Santa delivery window.