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    Stephen

    Hey! We don't support such operands in our API. 

    If you need to filter data using "more" or "less" logical operators, this can be done only for dates and custom fields.

    For example, with the method [GET] /tasks accompanied by the parameter: createdDate={"start":"2019-03-04T09:39:27Z","end":"2019-03-06T09:39:27Z"} you can get a list of tasks created in this time range. 

    For custom fields, you can use minValue and maxValue with the customField parameter ( https://developers.wrike.com/documentation/api/methods/query-tasks ). 

    Hope this helps!

    Stephen Community Team at Wrike ๐Ÿ’กConosci le straordinarie funzionalitร  di Wrike e le best practices

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