Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that WordPress is about to get a brand new editor called Gutenberg in WordPress 5.0 (a release which we might see as early as mid-November). Gutenberg brings with it a brand new block-based approach to editing which will give you the flexibility to create more complicated content and layouts. For example, now you’ll be able to insert buttons right from the editor or create multi-column layouts without the need for a page builder.But while you do get that new functionality, you also might struggle to unlock it because the Gutenberg Editor brings an unfamiliar interface, as well.To help you use the Gutenberg Editor more productively, I put together this big list of 20 Gutenberg Editor tips. These are some of the things that I’ve found useful based on my own hands-on experience with already using Gutenberg on production websites.If you haven’t tried Gutenberg already, head to WordPress.org and play around with the live demo. Then, once you’ve got your feet wet, keep reading for 20 Gutenberg Editor tips to help you work more productively.20 WordPress Gutenberg Editor Tips To Help You Work More ProductivelyThese are in no particular order, though I will start with some more general tips and then get into more narrow features.1.