This first version comes with a new Gravity Forms block for Gutenberg, the upcoming revamped version of the WordPress editor. It allows you to easily embed Gravity Forms forms into any pages or posts.
They are planning a deep integration of their form builder plugin with WordPress and Gutenberg. For starters, a live form preview will appear as you make changes to the block settings. Also, the GF block is supporting Conditional Logic, allowing you to show or hide the form based on the current time, the user’s logged in state and the current user’s WordPress role.
In Beta 3 they released a new MailChimp block which enables you to add a newsletter signup form without having to create a Gravity Forms form.
Later, they will add blocks for their various add-ons such as a Login Form block for the User Registration add-on as well as for other email marketing services such as ActiveCampaign, AWeber, and Mad Mimi. You will also be able to display poll results on posts for the Polls add-on for instance.