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You can log entries in a specific timeframe. Perfect to check commits for the daily stand up.

$ git log --since="yesterday"
$ git log --since="last month"

Edited: it turns out that the parameters --after and --before are also possible.

$ git log --after="2018-06-30" --before="2018-07-03" 
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