Gutenberg 3.3 is available and continues the trend of refining the user experience, user interface, and tools. Two new Widget blocks have been added, Post Archives and Recent Comments.
If your archives span across multiple months and years, you can configure the block to display as a drop-down menu. Otherwise, the list may be too long and look unwieldy on your site.
Video blocks now have attributes users can can configure for Autoplay, Loop, Muted, and display Playback Controls.
There are a number of enhancements in this release that you can view via the change log.
Considering Gutenberg 3.2 released earlier this month generally completed the MVP or minimum viable product feature set, users can expect more of these types of releases to tie up loose ends and prepare Gutenberg for merge into WordPress 5.0 later this year.
I had a quick look at Gutenberg and it will I’m sure take me some time to get used to.
Fortunately I can set up a test site and have a play-around.
But I have a question. Have I just typed here the equivalent of three paragraph blocks? Or can I type multiple paragraphs in one paragraph block? Short paragraphs is the way of the web now, and I’d hate to think I have to drop in a new block just for one sentence…