How to use the plugin
When you configure a Page Builder module that allows you to filter posts based on category, tag or any other taxonomy, you will also find a special purpose term called
Any term of the post. If you select it for a taxonomy, it will match posts that has at least on term in that taxonomy in common with the post that the module appears on. This is also true for pages and other built in or custom post types.
This can be used for instead to create reading recommendations at the end of a blog post. For an example, scroll down to the bottom of any article in the online magazine of Word Trace Center in Malmö (in Swedish).
For each existing or in the future added taxonomy, including category and tags, this plugin adds a term with the human readable name
Any term of the post and the machine readable name (a.k.a. slug)
The special terms are hidden in the user interface, except for Beaver Builder Page Builder plugin, as long as the plugin is active.
If you deactivate the plugin (but not uninstall it), the special terms will be visible in the user interface as regular terms. They will be hidden again if you re-actiavate the plugin.
The special terms are completely removed when the plugin is properly uninstalled.
Example of how the special purpose term Any term of the post can be used in the Post Grid module of Beaver Builder Page Builder plugin.