Should You Use the Gutenberg Editor on Your WordPress Website? – TAP338
Published November 5, 2019
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    Switching to the Gutenberg Editor was probably the most controversial change in WordPress's history. I'll help you decide whether you should start using Gutenberg for your podcast's WordPress website.

    What is the Gutenberg Editor?

    Gutenberg's benefits
    1 - Make repeatable content and templates with reusable blocks
    2 - Unlock more content-formatting options
    3 - Replace many separate plugins with Gutenberg features
    4 - Use high-quality themes and plugins to get more Gutenberg blocks and options
    5 - Paste formatted text without so many worries
    6 - Edit faster and without page-refreshes
    7 - Navigate your post quickly with an outline
    8 - Access advanced options more easily
    9 - Edit a block in HTML for advanced needs

    Gutenberg's disadvantages
    1 - It's a drastic change
    2 - There are still some compatibility issues with other plugins
    3 - It may slow down some editing functionality
    4 - Managing reusable blocks is a little weird right now
    5 - Many features may be more simplistic than you want

    Tips for using Gutenberg
    1 - Install the plugin version if you want the latest version
    2 - Install the "Classic Editor" plugin
    3 - Don't worry about your past content
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