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  1. Antony Smith
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    This looks a nice feature to have but I’d rather the focus was on getting the basics in Gutenberg right first, like the ever evolving and yet still abysmal block navigation for example, rather than opening another front!

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    • richard Ginn
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      The woocommerce people are working on this so it is not really the direct people working on Gutenberg.

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    • Steve
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      What do WooCommerce developers have to do with the navigation block?

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    • Antony Smith
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      They all work for Automattic and the WooCommerce team are building on top of an internal product. I’d rather see internal focus on the basics in refining the terrible UI/UX so it get’s to a point where we can say “this is it” and produce some documentation for clients that’s not going to have to be drastically changed in a few months.

      I’m down with the broader picture of Gutenberg but the nuts and bolts so to speak are failing to reach a useable standard by a mile – spend 5 minutes on the Github Repo and you’ll see what I mean. We’ve had to suspended any custom block dev and use ACF for the time being until some sort of stability emerges.

      Oh and to the other point @steve I said block navigation [selecting, moving etc] not the navigation block.

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    • Rod Olman
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      The WooCommerce people and the Gutenberg people are the same people. They’re both owned by Automattic.

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  2. Amit Biswas
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    It’s really interesting. If they can do it precisely, a lot of extra works can be handled easily for Dev’s. Also more manageable it will become than direct hooks and filters. But I like the old ways anyway.

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  3. Mangirish
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    Suggestion –
    1. Making check out 2 step. 1st step will collect email and phone. 2nd step will collect rest of the information like, name, address, payment information. This will help to increase the conversion using retargeting after cart abandon.

    Ability to change the quantity, removal of product on check out page. Most customers want to make change to qty, product after knowing final price.

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  4. Joshua Wold
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    The WooCommerce people and the Gutenberg people are the same people. They’re both owned by Automattic.

    And to add on to what Sarah shared, while some Automatticians contribute to WordPress, many other work on various products for the company (such as WooCommerce and Jetpack, etc.).

    And, not all WordPress contributors are Automatticians. I have many colleagues outside of Automattic who care deeply about WordPress and contribute to it on a regular basis. Cheers!

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  5. Tolis
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    Hopefully soon third party gateways support

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  6. Guilherme Pereira - GSP Sites
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    Wow finally the uggly old looking checkout will hava a nice look \o/

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  7. Jullie Roslin
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    It works great but this should never replace classic checkout; rather, it should remain optional to woocommerce core as it is now. There many sites -i have a couple of them- that could not be easily integrated, legacy code, payments gateways that are not mainstream in us/europe…and this would break hundreds of sites that are perfectly operational. Thanks!

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