In addition to creating a trigger with multiple versions and embedding it on a page using a shortcode, you can now set a condition for each Gutenberg block.NOT ISRAEL
Well, this one is simple…
The block will be displayed only if the condition is met.
If the condition is not met, you have two options:
Option 1: Set default content. Simply, check the “Default Content” checkbox that can found right below the condition. A new field will appear in which you can set the default content. The field only accepts HTML.
Option 2: Duplicate the block and set a condition that is the exact opposite of the one you have set before. For example, if the condition of the first block is to show the block only on the first visit, set the condition of the second block to show content only after the first visit.
While the simplicity of designing the content with Gutenberg and displaying a block based on conditions is pretty obvious, there are several options that are only available while creating a trigger and embedding it on the site:
We’re working on ironing out all the kinks, but in the meantime, when using the geolocation condition, you will need to use country and state codes rather than choosing a name from a drop-down list.
Gutenberg: Country Level
To target a Gutenberg block at the country level, set up a geolocation condition and paste the country code in the “country level” field.
Gutenberg: State Level
To target a Gutenberg Block at the state level, set up a geolocation condition and paste the state name in the “state level” field. The name should start with a capital letter (Example: New York, Illinois, Texas).
We use the naming format specified here: geonames.org. Search for the city you wish to target and enter the name exactly as it appears (make sure the name starts with a Capital letter)