Jetpack 7.4.1 Fixes a Conflict with the Gutenberg Plugin

Do you use the Gutenberg plugin on your Jetpack-connected site? Many do, as it brings you all the latest improvements to the WordPress block editor before they become available in WordPress itself.

If you use this plugin alongside our Form block to add a contact form to your site, you may have noticed an error recently when trying to make changes to your forms in the block editor. The latest Jetpack release fixes this issue so you can start editing forms again. Head over to the Plugins section of your site’s dashboard to update to Jetpack 7.4.1 right now.

The full changelog has more details on this update, and we’d be happy to answer all your questions via our support channels.

Thanks for your support!

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  1. Kamal says:

    Thank you for the update.


  2. From the beginning, I have been facing only issues with Jetpack and Gutenberg all of which were sorted once I uninstalled Jetpack. The main issue is – a post will not get saved or published as the autosave blocks us from doing anything. I wonder how two tools from the same company can have so many issues.


    • Jeremy Herve says:

      That must be frustrating! I can’t seem to reproduce this issue, whether I use Jetpack’s current version or a previous version of the plugin. This may be caused by a conflict between Jetpack and your theme or another one of your plugins. Could you contact us via this contact form, so we can investigate with you?

      Thank you!

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  3. iAyoon says:

    Really greatful for fixing the issue.


  4. Umen Dom says:

    Jetpack is currently a must use plugin when using a wordpress website. Thanks for the quick support.


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