jump to home dir and list all, not older than 3 days, with full-path, hidden/non-hidden files/subdirectories

cd && tree -aicfnF --timefmt %Y%j-%d-%b-%y|grep $(date +%Y%j)'\|'$[$(date +%Y%j)-1]'\|'$[$(date +%Y%j)-2]
Number of days back: change/append arbitrary amount of '\|'$[$(date +%Y%j)-x] expressions or specify any n-th day before today for a single day (you have to replace x with 3, 4, 5, whatever ... above I replaced it with 1 and 2 to get listing for yesterday and day before yesterday and 0 for today was not necessary, so left out). Q: How to narrow to *.pdf , *.png, *.jpg, *.txt, *.doc, *.sh or any type of files only? A: Pipe to grep at the end of command. Even shorter: cd && day=3;for a in $(seq $day -1 0);do tree -aicfnF --timefmt %Y%j-%d-%b-%y|grep $[$(date +%Y%j)-$a];done Here it's only needed to change amount of variable day to list period of days back - here is set to three days back (the seq command is adjusted for listing the oldest stuff first).
Sample Output
[2019215-03-Aug-19]  ./.config/session/
[2019215-03-Aug-19]  ./.config/session/konsole_2b5b0f704-9942-428b-a3d8-8054efd32b18_1564837706_57870
[2019215-03-Aug-19]  ./.config/session/konsole_23e1f9567-a8ff-42ad-a879-76f7bafb56c3_1564840981_89854
[2019215-03-Aug-19]  ./.config/session/konsole_2e2aea661-fd41-4510-b0b9-1d2c69ef99c7_1564864156_611707
[2019215-03-Aug-19]  ./.config/konsolerc
[2019216-04-Aug-19]  ./.config/dconf/
[2019216-04-Aug-19]  ./.config/dconf/user
[2019216-04-Aug-19]  ./.config/briši_me.pdf

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2019-08-04 02:22:24

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