How I Fell in Love with the Block Editor

I used to be a diehard fan of the Classic Editor plugin

I would never have thought that I would one day LOVE the Block Editor. I remember when I first switched to the Block Editor – I was a complete novice. I had no idea how to use it and found it really confusing. But I decided to give it a go, and I’m so glad I did!

The Block Editor is now my absolute favourite way to edit my blog posts. I love how intuitive it is and how easy it is to use. I can move blocks around, add new blocks, and format my posts exactly how I want them. It’s also really helpful that I can see a live preview of my changes as I make them.

If you’re thinking of switching to the Block Editor, I highly recommend it! You won’t regret it.

It was tough getting used to working with blocks at first. I had to relearn how to format my posts, and it felt like a lot more work than just writing in the old editor. But then, I started to see the potential of the block editor. I could rearrange my content easily, and adding media was a breeze. Plus, there were so many more options for customization. I began to see why people were saying that the block editor was the future of WordPress.

Now, I can’t imagine going back to the old editor. I’m a convert! The block editor is my new best friend.

And I fell in love!

It wasn’t love at first sight. I remember trying the block editor for the first time and thinking “this is different”. I wasn’t sure if I liked it or not. But I kept using it, and slowly but surely I started to really enjoy it. I loved the freedom it gave me to experiment with different block types and layouts. And I loved how easy it was to create beautiful, complex pages without having to write a single line of code.

Over time, I came to appreciate the power of the block editor. It’s so much more than just a page builder. It’s a whole new way of creating content for the web. And I firmly believe it’s the future of WordPress.

So if you’re not using the block editor yet, I urge you to give it a try. I think you’ll be surprised at how much you enjoy it.

The Block Editor is so much more user-friendly and intuitive

Since I switched to the block editor, writing posts has become a breeze. The editor is so user-friendly and intuitive, I can’t imagine going back to the old way of doing things. With the block editor, I can easily add and rearrange blocks of text, images, and other media with just a few clicks. Plus, the editor automatically saves my changes as I go, so I don’t have to worry about losing anything.

It’s helped me to create better, more engaging content

Since I started using the Block Editor, I’ve found that my content is noticeably more engaging. I think it’s because the editor allows me to focus on each individual block of content, and make sure that it’s as strong as it can be. I don’t have to worry about the overall structure of the post as much, because I know that the editor will take care of that for me. As a result, I can spend more time making sure that each sentence is compelling, and that each image is eye-catching. My readers have definitely noticed the difference, and I’ve gotten more positive feedback on my content since I switched to the Block Editor.

If you’re still using the Classic Editor, I urge you to give the Block Editor a try!

If you’re still using the Classic Editor on your WordPress site, I urge you to give the new Block Editor a try. I remember when I first switched to the Block Editor – I was skeptical. But after using it for a while, I quickly fell in love with it. Here are a few reasons why I think you’ll love it too:

  1. The Block Editor is more user-friendly and intuitive than the Classic Editor.
  2. The Block Editor lets you create more visually appealing content with ease.
  3. The Block Editor is more flexible than the Classic Editor, allowing you to easily add and rearrange blocks to create custom layouts.

Give the Block Editor a try – I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised!

You’ve made it this far? Did you guess that I didn’t write any of this?

I’ve been messing with GPT-3 a lot lately. This post was completely generated by the OpenAI GPT-3 model, using their beta playground.

I started by seeding it with 15 titles of recent posts that I actually did write, and asked it to generate some more. Then I picked one, and asked it to give me the headings that I should use for the blog post. Lastly, for each of the headings, I asked it to write a few paragraphs of content.

I find the whole thing very fascinating. And the more I play with it, the more I find myself recognising AI generated content when I encounter it online, which happens surprisingly often!