This is how it works:
You place a starting {article} tag and an ending {/article} tag in your content (other article, module, etc).
This is what we will refer to as the Plugin Tags.

Between these Plugin Tags you can place Data Tags to tell Articles Anywhere what data you want to output.

{article title="Fluffy Kittens"}

The PRO version also allows you to place multiple articles based on Filters, like Category, Tags, Dates, Custom Fields, etc.
You do this by using the {articles} Plugin Tag (so with a trailing s).

{articles category="Animals"}

Articles Anywhere offers some more cool features, like If Structures.
This makes Articles Anywhere a truly powerful and flexible tool you can use to create all sorts of article-based output.

In this tutorial we will go through these different parts and how to use them.
So we'll dig into the Plugin Tags, the Filters you can use, all the Data Tags will be explained, and you'll also learn how you can use the If Structures.
We will also see many examples of what can be done. You can also find some cool examples here.

Note: You can simply place the tags into the normal WYSIWYG view of your editor. You do not have to switch to the HTML/code view.