I planned to release a new version of APT this summer, but I’ve been pretty busy lately, and honestly don’t know when I’ll be able to get back to writing code again. To some of you who were interested in testing new features I’ve sent the development version; the majority of you were satisfied with it, but there’s still a lot that needs to be done (e.g. proper testing) before a new update is released. But I don’t have the time for that now. Sorry guys, apologies to especially you who have supported me via Patreon. I’ll try to continue providing support on the WP.org forums, but that’s pretty much all I can do now.
Soooo… two years after I released APDF I’ve finally managed to find some spare time to write an updated version Continue reading
The next version of Automatic Post Tagger will include several interesting features; one of them will allow so called conditional tagging using configuration groups. Continue reading
This release is a big one. It introduces several new features, making the plugin a bit more versatile than before. Continue reading
Plugins WPeMatico and Automatic Post Tagger are incompatible by default, because tags generated by APT are being overwitten by WPeMatico when it’s importing posts to the database. To resolve this issue, you’ll have to modify one of WPeMatico’s files. Here’s how. (Tested on WPeMatico v1.1.92 and APT v1.7) Continue reading
This post shows how to add tags to posts even if keywords are not enclosed by word separators. Continue reading
Update June 2015: Using a separate plugin for categorizing posts is no longer necessary since v1.8.1.
You can either install a tweaked version of APT called Automatic Category Adder, or you can modify APT with just a few simple steps described below.