The WordPress Block Editor transforms your way of writing from a single document to a collection of meaningful elements (blocks), with explicit structure. Jetpack includes some blocks of its own, which can help you create your pages exactly the way you want them.
What are blocks?
Blocks are the individual sections that make up a page. There are many block types for you to use, each block can be edited or moved independently of other blocks, and blocks can have their own formatting settings. For more information on blocks, read our guide to the WordPress Block Editor on WordPress.com
How can I add Jetpack’s blocks?
You can add a block using any of the ⊕ buttons, as explained here. You’ll then find all available Jetpack blocks under the Jetpack block category:
You can also search for a block by name using the search box, or by typing a forward slash followed by the block name, e.g. /markdown
Note that some Jetpack blocks require certain Jetpack features to be enabled, and some require a Jetpack plan. See the list below for further details.
What blocks does Jetpack include?
The following is a list of all blocks currently available in Jetpack.
The Ad block allows you to insert a Jetpack Ad unit anywhere within the content of any post or page. Full instructions.
The Markdown block lets you include links, lists, and other styling elements using regular characters and punctuation marks. Full Instructions.
The Form Block lets you add a form to your post or page. Full instructions.
The Map Block allows you to add a map to any post or page on your site, with one or more location markers. Full instructions.
The Simple Payments Block lets you add a payment button to any post or page, and immediately start taking PayPal payments for physical products, digital goods, or donations. Full instructions.
The Business Hours Block allows you to display your business’s opening hours on your site. Full instructions.
The Contact Info Block lets you add your contact information (email address, physical address, phone number) to any post or page. Full instructions.
The Tiled Gallery Block lets you display your image galleries in three styles: tiled mosaic, circular grid, square tiles, and tiled columns. Full instructions.
The Slideshow Block lets you insert an image slideshow into a post or page. Full instructions.
The Subscription Form Block allows you to insert a subscription form within the content area of any post or page, enabling your readers to get notifications when you publish new posts. Full instructions.
The Related Posts Block lets you display, anywhere in a post, other posts your visitors might be interested in reading after they’re finished with the current post. Full instructions.
The GIF Block lets you add an animated GIF image from Giphy directly into your post. Full instructions.
The Recurring Payments Block lets you add a payment button specifically for recurring donations, using Stripe as the payment gateway. Full instructions.
The Video Block allows you to upload videos from your computer to be hosted on WordPress.com, rather than on your host’s servers. Full instructions.
The Repeat Visitor Block enables the author to control the visibility of its nested block(s) depending on how many times a visitor has previously visited the page. Full instructions.
The Pinterest Block allows you to embed boards, profiles, and pins to your site. Full instructions.
The Star Rating Block allows any site author to add reviews to the site. Full instructions.
The Eventbrite Block allows you to embed Eventbrite events on posts or pages. Full instructions.
The Calendly block allows your visitors to schedule one-on-one appointments, group events, and team meetings directly from your website. Full instructions.
The OpenTable block allows you to add a reservation form to any post or page. Full instructions.
If you’re having trouble with any of the Jetpack blocks, please contact support for help.