I have this code below:

           url: res3 + "/_api/web/lists('" + normlistid + "')/items('" + normid +"')?$select=ID,Title,Created,QuemLeu/Id&$expand=QuemLeu",
           method: "GET",
           headers: {
                    "Accept": "application/json; odata=verbose" 
           success: function (data) {
                                for (var i = 0; i < data.d.QuemLeu.results.length; i++){
                                    if(data.d.QuemLeu.results[i].Id == userId){
                                            document.getElementById(itemHTML).style.visibility = 'hidden';
                                            console.log("User Found.");
                                    console.log("User Not Found");
                        error: function (error) {

How can I filter if the created field (Sharepoint column) is greater than "2018/10/05"?

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    I don't understand you question but if you want to check if Created column is grater then '2018/10/05' (year/month/day?) usenew Date(data.d.Created) > new Date("2018-10-05"). – Lukas Nespor Jan 10 at 12:25

SharePoint REST API endpoints take ISO formatted date string for filtering.

Try using below query for filtering on Date Field:

  1. To check greater than "2018/10/05":

    https://[tentat]/sites/[site]/Normativo/ComunicacoesDeNegocio/_api/web/lists('e97f928b-34e4-34e2-c2c7-150ea469fac3')/items?$select=ID,Title,Created,QuemLeu/Id&$expand=QuemLeu&$filter=(Created gt datetime'2018-10-05T00:00:00Z')

  2. To check greater than or equal to "2018/10/05":

    https://[tentat]/sites/[site]/Normativo/ComunicacoesDeNegocio/_api/web/lists('e97f928b-34e4-34e2-c2c7-150ea469fac3')/items?$select=ID,Title,Created,QuemLeu/Id&$expand=QuemLeu&$filter=(Created ge datetime'2018-10-05T00:00:00Z')

Answer For Updated Question:

Add one more IF statement inside if(data.d) like given below:

    if(new Date(data.d.Created) > new Date("2018-10-05")) {
        console.log("Items is created after '2018-10-05'");
    }else {
        console.log("Items is created before '2018-10-05'");
        //Add your other code here
  • Does this works for you? – Ganesh Sanap Jan 10 at 12:08
  • The thing is I need /items('193')/ to my code working. There is another way? – KmDroid Jan 10 at 12:10
  • Actually /items('193')/ gives you the single item from list. So you cannot apply filter on such endpoint. Can you tell us what is the exact requirement of yours?? – Ganesh Sanap Jan 10 at 12:13
  • I edited my post – KmDroid Jan 10 at 12:20
  • Please accept and upvote the answer and create new question instead of editing the existing question as other users have already answered on this question(by reading the original question). – Ganesh Sanap Jan 10 at 12:23

Just add

&$filter=Created gt '2018-10-05'

At the end of your endpoint

For example:

https://[tentat]/sites/[site]/Normativo/ComunicacoesDeNegocio/_api/web/lists('e97f928b-34e4-34e2-c2c7-150ea469fac3')/items('193')?$select=ID,Title,Created,QuemLeu/Id&$expand=QuemLeu&$filter=Created gt '2018-10-05'

Gt operator means "greater than"

And also you can check all operators below:

Lt (less than)

Le (less than or equal)

Gt (greater than)

Ge (greater than or equal)

Eq (equal to)

Ne (not equal to)
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    Hello, your filter is not working, is giving me the error "the query is not valid." – KmDroid Jan 10 at 11:35

Add $filter to your query and use Created gt datetime'2018-10-05T00:00:00' or Created gt '2018-10-05'

/_api/web/lists('guid')/items?$select=ID,Title,Created,QuemLeu/Id&$expand=QuemLeu&$filter=Created gt '2018-10-05'
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    Hello, your expression is not valid. – KmDroid Jan 10 at 11:38
  • Yes, you are right. I blindly copied your URL. The issue was with /items('193')/ it has to be only /items/. – Lukas Nespor Jan 10 at 11:45
  • Hmm, interesting. I did fixed it first and get down vote, awesome :D – Lukas Nespor Jan 10 at 12:09
  • The thing is I need /items('193')/ to my code working. There is another way? – KmDroid Jan 10 at 12:10
  • So what do you want to filter? Using /items(193)/ will give you only one item, so there is nothing to filter. Update your question please, because apparently you want something different. – Lukas Nespor Jan 10 at 12:12

Use filter property $filter=Created gt '2018-10-17'

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    Hello, your expression seems to be not valid. – KmDroid Jan 10 at 11:36
  • Now, is giving me "the query is not valid". – KmDroid Jan 10 at 11:39
  • You use this filter under Items: /_api/web/lists('guid')/items?$filter=Created gt '2018-10-17' – Zdeněk Vinduška Jan 10 at 11:48
  • The thing is I need /items('193')/ to my code working. There is another way? – KmDroid Jan 10 at 12:11
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    So you updated your post and now as I wroted, you need IF statement, cause you only need to check if Created is GT DATE. Thats everything. – Zdeněk Vinduška Jan 10 at 12:29

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