Gutenberg, say what now? Yes, it’s the new default editor for WordPress, it’s been around a while now, and it’s getting heat, undeservedly so might I add.
Sure it was thrust upon us like an unwelcome Uncle at a family gathering. That said, everyone deserves a chance.
Well I think so.
So with that in mind, I wanted to offer a series of tutorials for the Gutenberg editor, I think the one thing that’s missing in the Gutenberg landscape is something for you and me.
By that, I mean end-users, the focus and dislike for Gutenberg (in my view) stems from developers who build for clients or build themes.
Each side has valid arguments.
Still, I want to offer something to the layperson, which is you and I.
Gutenberg tutorials for end users
A series of tutorials and help, I’ve said a thousand times before I’m not a developer; however, I will do my level best to offer advice and help where I can, for content creators and how to get the most out of Gutenberg.
Whether you’re an existing user or looking to dip a tentative toe into the Gutenberg waters, I’m here to help.
If you’d like to get more from Gutenberg or understand it a little more, then this new series of tutorials may well be up your street.
First, I will be covering the editor in all it’s splendid detail, showing you where everything is, how to change the editor to fit with your needs and more.
What would you like to see in my series?
What works for you? Video tutorial or a blow by blow written word tutorial? Are there any pain points as an end user that trouble you?
Let me know with a comment, and I will do what I can to help.