In one of my recent posts on Quiroz.co, Why Has Divi Become So Slow?, I shared how I am loving some of the new features while working in Wireframe Mode on the back-end. I especially love the new expandable settings workspace.

So in this short video, I will walk you through the steps on how to expand your workspace when working on the backend Wireframe Mode in the New Divi Builder Experience.

New Divi Builder Experience Offers an Expanded Workspace

Some Divi users were having problems expanding the workspace they way I showed in the article. For example this view below. Getting to see all three tabs in a single view is so time saving for me.

 

More Space For Typing Content

One of my long time clients, Phil Simon, spends most of his Divi time adding content on his own site. He is on the go and mostly uses a laptop for his content. He was frustrated with the lack of text space in the image above, we worked out how to expand the text area to fullscreen like the image below.

 

More Tips

I also love how you can edit section, row and module names without even opening the settings making it more organized and easier to sort through.

 

That’s it for now. Let me know if you found this helpful or if you have any additional tips in the comments below.

 

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Geno is the Owner/Creative Director at Monterey Premier based in Monterey, Ca.. He has been designing websites since 1996 and enjoys all things design, traveling, hanging out with friends, encouraging other believers, and experimenting with new technologies. When not doing any of the above, you can find Geno blogging here, or writing Divi customization tutorials over on Quiroz.co.

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