Gutenberg 4.0 has arrived. I’m planning to spend a lot more time using it in the week ahead. I’m really looking forward to it rolling out as the default WordPress editor! It works pretty well on mobile too! 😁
I really like this post about how Matthew Haughey has switched to a WordPress blog from Twitter. Not just because he chose WordPress.
I just signed into my site’s dashboard and I noticed this curious JetPack banner: So I clicked on the button and this loaded: Lol! Oh you crazy people!
Automattic announced a new editor for its mobile apps. It may not seem like anything groundbreaking but improvements to the mobile apps that make it easier for users to blog on the go are very welcome.
Medium has pivoted again and its success could hold the key for a more sustainable online publishing industry. Even if it fails, it won’t mean the death of publishing.
Automattic has released its “2016 Year Review” report and it is a fun overview of the company’s and its products’ milestones for the year. There is so much about this report to love, including the design of the report itself. Worth taking 10 minutes to scroll through it. Howdy! We’re the people behind WordPress.com, WooCommerce, […]
An open source WordPress app on all platforms is good news for the open Web in a time when there seem to be more high walls around platforms.
I really like the look of the Twenty Sixteen theme that will arrive in WordPress 4.4. WordPress 4.4 is the last scheduled major release of the year and with it will come a new default theme to replace Twenty Fifteen. On the Make WordPress Core site, Tammie Lister published an image gallery that shows off […]