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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #41316, comment 97


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03/30/2018 07:52:36 AM (4 years ago)
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philclothier
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  • Ticket #41316, comment 97

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    1 I agree with the points being made by @bph and @brianhogg. I think at the very least, there should be more guidance on what this all really means to the user. Currently it is far too easy to to install the plugin via the prompt without any format introduction to what Gutenberg is and is going to change on the site.
     1I agree with the points being made by @bph and @brianhogg. I think at the very least, there should be more guidance on what this all really means to the user. Currently it is far too easy to to install the plugin via the prompt without any formal introduction to what Gutenberg is and is going to change on the site.
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    33I'm left wondering what the goal of this callout is. If it is to get more "eyes on" Gutenberg for testing, then this is not a good method of gathering suitable candidates. All this will cause is further [backlash](https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/gutenberg/reviews/?filter=1) against Gutenberg from "normal" users who may have a negative experience. There needs to be far more hand-holding throughout this process, such as on screen popups and pointers to each section when the plugin is activated. Much like when WooCommerce is activated and you add your first product, each section of the product editing screen is described and shown via on screen popups.