If you look in your WP Admin dashboard on your WordPress.com site, you might see this
Not seeing a link to WP Admin in your MY SITES dashboard? Here’s why, but you can add /wp-admin/ to the end of your current site address to get there.
Depending on the number of WPcom users that enable Gutenberg on their site, there’s several thousand, if not millions, of additional sites able to test and provide feedback to the WP #gutenberg team. https://wordpress.org/gutenberg/
A couple of weeks ago, someone shared a link to a test install here on WPcom and I found the experience frustrating, especially since it wasn’t clear what each block was capable of doing. I would have liked a few New User Experience (NUX) messages to understand it better. So while I don’t think I’m ready to enable it on my currently active sites, I will test on a couple of my test sites.
According to the roadmap that @photomatt shared at WordCampEU last June, Gutenberg will eventually be coming to the Calypso Editor, but it will also be possible to opt out.
Using Gutenberg? What are your thoughts so far?
UPDATE: Once you enable Gutenberg in your WP Admin dashboard, there is a very nice tutorial with brief NUX messages available from the sidebar.
(Why “Rental Unit”? In the past @photomatt has compared using WP to owning a house and using WPcom to a rental unit. I have no problem with the analogy since my landlord takes all the burden of upkeep.)