How to display related posts by the same author in WordPress

How to display related posts by the same author in WordPress
It’s always a good idea to feature a few more blog posts with any blog you publish as the users might click on the posts which are related to the blog they are reading. There are few ways to do that but using a plugin is the easiest one. On this blog, I will show you how you can display related posts by the same author in WordPress.
Step 1: First you need to go to your website’s backend and for WordPress websites, it is known as wp-admin. You need to add /wp-admin after your website’s URL. For example, if your website’s URL is www.example.com then you need to type www.example.com/wp-admin. This is the universal admin login page for any WordPress website.
Step 1: First you need to go to your website’s backend and for WordPress websites, it is known as wp-admin. You need to add wp-admin after your website’s UR
Step 2: After you reach your website’s backend dashboard you need to make sure you have logged in as admin. Only the admin has access over all the information on your website including adding or removing any new functionality. As we will display related posts by the same author in WordPress using a plugin, it is essential that you login with an admin account or use any user which has admin capabilities.
Step 2: After you reach your website’s backend dashboard you need to make sure you have logged in as admin
Step 3: As I said we will do it with a plugin, so to do that you need to click on the plugin tab. If you want to add or remove any plugin you need to click on this plugin.
Step 3: As I said we will do it with a plugin, so to do that you need to click on the plugin tab. If you want to add or remove any plugin you need to click on this plugin
Step 4: On the plugin tab you will find a button called ‘Add New’. To add a new plugin you need to click on this plugin. The button is placed on the top left side of your screen.
Step 4: On the plugin tab you will find a button called ‘Add New’. To add a new plugin you need to click on this plugin. The button is placed on the top left side of your screen
Step 5: You will see some featured plugin is there. On the middle right side of your screen, you will see a search box. Type ‘Similar posts’ on the box and install and activate the plugin. I have already installed the plugin.
Step 5: You will see some featured plugin is there. On the middle right side of your screen, you will see a search box. Type ‘Similar posts’ on the box and install and activate the plugin
Step 6: Now click on the setting tab. This tab has very sensitive pieces of information so make sure you proceed with caution.
Step 6: Now click on the setting tab. This tab has very sensitive pieces of information so make sure you proceed with cautionStep 6: Now click on the setting tab. This tab has very sensitive pieces of information so make sure you proceed with caution
Step 7: After you click on the settings tab a few sub-tabs will slide down. After activating the plugin a new tab will be here which is ‘Similar Posts’. Click on similar posts.
Step 7: After you click on the settings tab a few sub-tabs will slide down. After activating the plugin a new tab will be here which is ‘Similar Posts’
Step 8: When you are in the general settings of the similar posts tab just change the last option which is ‘Match the current post’s author’ from no to yes.
Step 8: When you are in the general settings of the similar posts tab just change the last option which is ‘Match the current post’s author’ from no to yes
Step 9: Click on the save settings and this will unable showing related posts by the same author.
Step 9: Click on the save settings and this will unable showing related posts by the same author
Step 10: The third settings options for this plugin is placement. Click on this tab to set where to show the related posts. 
Step 10: The third settings options for this plugin is placement. Click on this tab to set where to show the related posts
Step 11: Just activate the output after the post from no to yes. This will place the related posts at the end of every blog an author has written.
Step 11: Just activate the output after the post from no to yes. This will place the related posts at the end of every blog an author has written
Step 12: You are all set now just click on save settings one more time to finish displaying related posts by the same author in WordPress.
Step 12: You are all set now just click on save settings one more time to finish displaying related posts by the same author in WordPress
You can also display related posts by the same author in WordPress by doing coding but I guess the process mentioned on this blog is the easiest one. 

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