If you have a website, you are probably familiar with Gutenberg, the new WordPress editor. Gutenberg helps you create new content with pre-built blocks. Each block can be added to your page and edited in a simpler way than ever before.

Gutenberg is very flexible and there are numerous Gutenberg block plugins designed to help you create amazing content. Instead of having one big HTML file, your page is divided into sections or blocks, which make it easier to edit and design. You can also save your blocks and reuse them, no need to start from scratch every time you wish to edit something.

There are two types of Gutenberg block plugins; single-purpose block plugins (which focus on one feature and enable you to add a single block to your page or post) and block library plugins (which are a collection of plugins that combine more elements and give blocks for different sections, testimonials, calls to action, and more). Each type has its own advantages but we would recommend using block library plugins as you get more features for customizing your website.

Here is a list of the top 5 Gutenberg block plugins we recommend:

1. QubelyQuebly

Qubely is a Gutenberg block plugin that comes with pre-made and ready-to-go custom blocks and designs using which you can build your site.

It is made for web designers, affiliate marketers, and bloggers who wish to have an amazing site and build it in a few minutes. Plus, it is compatible with any theme.

The plugin comes with more control over your visuals, different interactive elements for your site, as well as some dynamic options to make the site responsive and more interesting to your audience. There are blocks for form builders, carousels, pricing lists, pie progress, countdowns, a table of content, and more. There are also pre-made sections that you can just import to any site, no coding knowledge needed, and have a site ready to go.

The plugin offers more than 150 sections that cover all the main section types needed for proper functioning. There is also an option that lets you change the site’s color scheme and text style and you can do this with one click to create a uniform design and build brand consistency.

You can also add animations to engage with your audience and get their attention.

There are several payment plans you can choose from when it comes to this plugin; $49 one-time purchase for 10 licenses, $98 one-time purchase for 50 licenses, and $147 one-time purchase for an unlimited number of licenses.

2. Ultimate Addons for Gutenberg

Ultimate Addons for Gutenberg

Ultimate Addons for Gutenberg was developed by Brainstorm Force, the same team responsible for the popular Astra theme, so you know it is a well-designed plugin that works and is often updated.

With this plugin, you get blocks for new content and layouts so you can add unique headings, add quotes, and create timelines. You also get blocks to create infoboxes, calls to action, multi-buttons, carousels, price lists, and more.

This plugin comes with support for the Astra theme and other starter sites so you can import them and create unique site layouts the way you want to.

3. Ultimate Blocks

Ultimate Blocks

Ultimate Blocks is a plugin that has been specifically designed for bloggers and marketers. You get blocks for reviews (there you can add product names, features, summaries, and star ratings), countdowns to create a sense of urgency, image sliders, and click to tweet boxes so you can increase your social media following.

There are also blocks to customize your page layouts and add different styles for your content to make it look visually appealing.

The plugin is free to use and download, which makes it great for entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses.

4. Stackable


Stackable is a collection of Gutenberg block plugins that are ready to use. You can create custom blocks that can build upon the existing Gutenberg editor and customize it as you want to. It comes with a responsive design so you don’t need to worry about how it will look on different screen sizes, it fits them all.

With this plugin, you get 27 page-building blocks, more than 50 layouts, advanced web design options, responsive customization options so you can design your blocks for different devices, as well as different image and coloring options and shape dividers. Each block has its own page builder options so you can build your website in a quick and easy way.

This is one of the most straightforward plugins and you can use it in combination with other blocks or as a stand-alone plugin.

Also, it is free to use, but there is a premium version with even more features.

5. CoBlocks


CoBlocks is an innovative collection of block plugins developed by GoDaddy. It is lightweight and comes with a list of features that help you create an amazing website.

CoBlocks provides you with blocks for accordions, buttons, carousels, click to tweet boxes, forms, maps, logos, pricings, social shares, and more.

You can create dynamic content with the row and column blocks, as well as add padding settings, responsive margins, and split up your content with the shape divider. You can fully customize your text, change fonts, and colors.

The plugin is completely free to use and download.


In this article, we have listed the top 5 Gutenberg block plugins you can use to edit and design your site and content.

Our favorite is Qubely, but that doesn’t mean the other plugins we mentioned are not good. Quite the opposite, they are all good plugins. However, even though Qubely is a premium plugin, we would still pick it because of the many features it offers.

That being said, we think that whichever plugin you choose, will leave you satisfied!


Editorial Staff at WP Pluginsify is a team of WordPress experts led by Peter Nilsson.


  1. karl peschel Reply

    Details on #2 are a LIE!! UAGB was NOT developed by the Beaver and Eelemntor teams. How di you get that so wrong?

    It’s very clear it’s from Brainstorm Force – the SAME people behind the Astra theme.

    I wonder how much more of this post is totally wrong??

    • Ivan Jurisic Reply

      Hi Karl,
      Thank you for spotting that – you’re right! We have fixed it 🙂

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