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Name of user typeGoalsNotes
AGENCY or AUTHOR*
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Publishers/writers-easy to copy things into(i'm thinking news organizations that use news wires)AUTHOR
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Start-up entreprenuersAUTHOR
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Small business owners- On new site setup easily discover how to create a landing page without need to see/know HTML/CSS.Default theme(s) should have support for all core block types
AUTHOR/AGENCY
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Content marketers- Able to create multiple targetted landing pages
- Able to re-use groups of blocks on multiple pages
AGENCY
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Site managersAGENCY
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BloggersAUTHOR
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Web dev agenciesAENCY
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Developers in agencies- Create posts/pages with combinations of blocks with customer content.
- Create block sets for authors to re-use that match design
- Able to identify where specific blocks are in active use
How to identify active use - via cli, rest or wp_query, etc. Comparable to current methods that most page builders achieve through meta queries.AGENCY
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Plugin developers- Able to read documentation that explains how to create custom blocksExample: Replacing custom shortcode and how to code a block for use on a page which lets user select a CPT that has meta data. How is the rendering process compared to filter, template part and/or CSS/JS when shortcode is in content?AGENCY
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Theme developers- Create default content with placeholder blocks that match demo siteAGENCY
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Core developersAGENCY
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Web hostsAGENCY
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Non-WordPress users(could apply to any of the above categories: an orthogonal question)?
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* where AGENCY refers to someone who makes content templates, or buckets
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* and AUTHOR refers to someone who fills buckets with content
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