How to create view of taxonomy terms and then once clicked on taxonomy term another view will be opened displaying all content having that term?
I get it working. It was not that hard :)
First I create the view of taxonomy term. In that view I add contextual filter "Taxonomy term : term ID".
And in the next view I add contextual filter "Content: content_type_name"
Thats it. Got the desired result.
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