Authors of scientific papers usually use the introduction of the paper to introduce the subject of the paper by reviewing previous work in that field, i.e. the works that serve as the foundation of the current research they have conducted.
Therefore, it is fairly easy to get acquainted with the subject in general, because you get a bunch of relevant references right from the start.
However, it often happens that when searching for papers on a certain topic, the best match for my search is a paper from a few years back. While most scientific knowledge is viable for a decent amount of time (really depends on the field, but as a generalization), sometimes I want to know what progress has been made (if any) in the specific field of research I'm interested in.
So my question is: Is there a simple and convenient way to find later papers about a certain topic?
How exactly do I do it? If, for example, I have this paper from 2013, how do I find newer papers about the same subject?