In this post, we’re taking a closer look at some popular WordPress Gutenberg block plugins. So if you think it’s high time (it is!) to switch to a more native WordPress page builder that extends the functionality of Gutenberg, we are here to help you find the right match for your needs. It all boils down to your particular type of website after all.
Please note: we’re going to list only those Gutenberg blocks plugins for WordPress that are bundles of extra blocks for different content creation purposes, similar to WordPress page builders like Elementor, but more WordPress-native. So we’re not going to look into a one plugin=one block sort of functionality or adapted ones from popular WordPress companies like WooCommerce.
We’ve given a brief test-run to each Gutenberg plugin in this round-up to get some hands-on experience and share it with you. We’ll also highlight the pros and cons of these plugins as well as organize some paramount features in the checklist so you can compare the most essential things.