What’s New in Gutenberg? (15th November)

This next release includes several features and improvements on many levels. We are adding a way to switch between the header toolbar and toolbars attached to the block by opening the toggle menu at the top right and choosing the behaviour. There has been convincing arguments for both approaches so we want to make it easier to test both easily. Other notable features include the ability to transform multiple blocks of the same type into other blocks (like many images into a gallery). There are improvements to meta-boxes (dropping iframes), foundational work for nested blocks and global blocks, many design updates, and initial integration with JS hooks.

1.7 🐴

Other Changes

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What’s new in Gutenberg? (24th October)

This release includes long awaited meta-boxes support (needs testing!), improves the writing flow with tweaks to block navigation, adds the ability to insert blocks between other blocks quickly, and groups block level actions in a proper menu. It also makes Gutenberg the default editor if you have the plugin activated—a “Classic Editor” plugin to disable Gutenberg is also ready for testing.

 

1.5 🐿

Other changes

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What’s new in Gutenberg? (October 10th)

With this release Gutenberg allows you to make edits and tweaks to the HTML of individual blocks, without having to hunt for the relevant code in the full document view.

 

1.4 🐼

Other changes

Feedback form

In 1.3 a feedback form was added to the Gutenberg sidebar menu. In the past week there have been 12 responses from it. Out of that, 4 bugs have been reported and 2 enhancements proposed.

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What’s new in Gutenberg (4th October)

1.3 🦍:

Other changes:

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What’s new in Gutenberg 27th September

1.2 (and 1.2.1) 🦄:

Other changes:

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What’s new in Gutenberg (September 5)

1.1.0 🦁:


 

Other changes:

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What’s new in Gutenberg (August 29)

There’s been some discussions on this, and ultimately it seemed better to not let numbers set expectations and prevent us from continuing with the same cadence. Next week it will be 1.1 and so on.

1.0.0 🐹:

Other changes:

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What’s new in Gutenberg? (18th August)

0.9.0 🐧

Other changes:

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What’s new in Gutenberg? (11th August)

0.8.0 🐘

This one includes a few new blocks.

Other changes:

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What’s new in Gutenberg? (4th August)

0.7.0 🦋

Other changes:

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