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  1. Eric Johnson

    This looks to be a great new feature. Looking forward to using this on my website. Keep up the great work.

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  2. Nap

    This will be a great feature I guess. But they’ll need to work on perfect integration with other plugins and themes.
    Had some few integration problems.

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  3. Peter

    Would be great to read an article about how we can use gutenberg on WooCommerce sites.

    Digged up the whole internet but all the info i can find is nothing but garbage like:
    Dev team XY has a new plugin called Z that works with WooCommerce and GB. Digging deeper it always comes out that these plugins do not enable us to record new products with the block editor as the WC team still decided to opt out of the Gutenberg editor by default. So literally we should try a plugin on a webshop (maintained to generate money) that brings us to the bleeding-edge and to the risk of breaking anything, any time. This does not sound welcoming for me…

    Some blocks come with core WC, other blocks come with WooCommerce Blocks by automattic (not to mention other dev’s WC-related plugin bloat) that end up forcing us using a mix of the old way of recording product data and then forcing us manually create pages for specific products or product categories… which is simply a non-sense if you have more than a bunch of products.

    So how and when should GB work on a real WC site that keeps add new products? I mean in reality and not just in some designers fantasy?

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  4. Peter

    Installed a clean WP.5.5 + WC 4.3.2 on localhost and imported the sample data.
    “Designed” a new post that consist of 2 columns. In the first column i placed some product filter blocks while in the right column i placed the “all products” block.
    Everything looks nice until i click any product on that page. By doing so i immediately lose the 2 columns layout as the system falls back to the woocommerce template php files… Same is true for category pages.

    Well…for me it does not make sense that i can design the looks of 1 single post/page how that should look like but by clicking on anything on that handycrafted page/post i just lose the general design. Is there a way to inject block code into the woocommerce template files? That way automatically generated woocommerce pages could remain consistent with posts/pages that have been handycrafted and render products.

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