One of the more useful (and underused) features of the WordPress block editor (also known as Gutenburg) is the Reusable Block. If you’re familiar with Divi or other page builders, Reusable Blocks fill the same function as Global modules. These are blocks (or groups of blocks) that you set up once, but can then reuse. You can insert them on multiple pages and posts without the need to edit again. And, if you do want to edit them again, the changes can be site-wide, saving you hours over the lifetime of a site. So let’s dig in on all the ways you can manage your WordPress reusable blocks.
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