Support » Plugin: Page Builder Gutenberg Blocks – Kioken Blocks » UI Integration is too agressive

  • Resolved Gorilla Guerrilla

    (@gorillaguerilla)


    This plugin looks great and very promising and it is to early for rating.
    Please integrate it as others similar plugins do, in drop downs and tools section.
    Thanks,

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  • Plugin Author Onur Oztaskiran

    (@sj_o)

    Hi @gorillaguerilla

    Could you please explain more about your difficulties in using the plugin? Which exact parts did you find harder than usual?

    Also, could you please let me know the theme you are using and the other Gutenberg plugins active?

    Thanks!
    Onur

    Hi Onur,

    No difficulties at all.

    Just sharing my personal opinion on how you communicate with user via UI.
    Why should it sit on the left side with 3 submenues and none of them offering any functionality? I perceive that as aggressive.

    Other than that – Amazing work!

    Best
    GG

    Plugin Author Onur Oztaskiran

    (@sj_o)

    Thanks man!

    About the following:

    Why should it sit on the left side with 3 submenues and none of them offering any functionality?

    I don’t get it. What block sits on the left side with 3 submenus?

    Thanks!
    Onur

    OK I’ll try to be more descriptive.

    Guteslider and Kioken Blocks after installation and activation position themselves at the bottom left in the root of the main WP menu, at the same level as dashboard and setting for instance.

    On the other hand other great plugins with similar functionality position their UI menus as submenues of “Settings” if there is something to set (like individual block activation). Or in many cases they don’t invade left menu at all.

    I hope this assists.

    Best
    GG

    Plugin Author Onur Oztaskiran

    (@sj_o)

    Oh Now I get it!

    Okay well that’s something both me and Niklas(the author of Gutenslider) use. It’s called Freemius which helps both of us provide the Pro versions of our plugins easily to the users like to upgrade without hassle.

    That’s exactly why there are those 2 WP Admin menus with those dropdowns when you have both Kioken Blocks and Gutenslider active.

    And interestingly, we’ve been getting complaints about the way we do this more and more.

    I think we’ll figure out a better way soon enough 🙂

    Thank you for your kind input!
    Onur

    The best way to promote pro is through functionality.

    When people are trying to push the customization in some direction to realize that this is only achievable via purchase of pro plugin.

    Productivity increment approach is also very good. Great looking, responsive mini sections rather than whole themes.

    Think of it as seduction of customer vs raping.

    Cheers 🙂

    PS

    Regular updates and Support are selling the product too.
    And you are doing great job in that area as well.

    Plugin Author Onur Oztaskiran

    (@sj_o)

    Both KB and Gutenslider aims to provide premium quality features that are not available with anything else.

    That is our goal 🙂 Making money out of our plugins is a small thing. Because we already make money out of our own profession, but the idea is to show what Gutenberg is capable of.

    I hope we can achieve our goal of mission 🙂

    And thank you for your honest approach on how we do things!

    Onur

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