Yes, indeed! In and Not In filter types support Numbers and Decimal data types.
As you know, In and Not In filter types can be used to match for a field that is either equal or not equal to one of the given values ensuring that the values are separated with a comma.
Note that signed integers (+ and -) are recognized and can be used as values when using In/Not In filter types.
In case a user has to type in multiple Number and Decimal values, ensure to separate each value with a comma.
In case a user has a set or list of number values to be included on the field value, ensure that the number values are separated with a comma before copying and pasting to the field value.
Upon doing so, each number value will be tagged as a single value and will be automatically sorted ascendingly.
In case a user has high number values (e.g. 1,800 or 1.800), where the thousand separator is needed, what should be done? Since a comma (,) is the default delimiter of In and Not In filter types and dot (.) for decimal points, neither should be included for the number value (eg. 1800).