Adding a New Block
There are a variety of ways you can add a new content block using Gutenberg.
The most intuitive way is to simply press enter after typing in a text block. At this point the editor will take you to a new line and the following symbols will appear:
These symbols in order are for: Creating a heading tag, adding an image or adding pre-formatted text. Alternatively you can simply continue typing to add more paragraph text.
The second method of adding new content sections to Gutenberg is to use the add block button at the top of the page:
Once this button has been clicked on it will bring up a menu of options for what type of content block you would like to insert into the page. These different options range from simple text and images to more complex options such as code view, which allows you to insert snippets of code directly into the page.
Another method of adding a new content section is to hover at the top or bottom of an already existing content section. At this point you will see a + symbol that you can click. Doing so will add a content section above or below the section you are currently hovering on. This method will also bring up the same set of options available when you using method 2.
This method can be seen in the photo to the right.
Another way of adding a new content block with Gutenberg is to click on a current content section. This will bring up a menu (pictured below) with a variety of options to choose from. In order to use this menu to add a new block select that last available option which looks like three vertical dots. There are then options to insert content blocks before and after the currently selected block.