As a part of the initiative of replacing old legacy shortcodes with blocks, WooCommerce has recently started the testing of a new block plugin on 27 May 2020. Although it was challenging to convert the existing shortcodes for cart and checkout pages into blocks, the WooCommerce core developers were able to achieve this major architectural change. The aim of testing the new block plugin is to pave the way for improved conversion rates for WooCommerce stores. While this will offer a brand new design, store owners are expected to have some new things in full-cart view, empty cart view, and checkout page. They will also enjoy more customization options like never before. No wonder, the open-source e-commerce platform is fast emerging as the first choice of starter stores. With the easy availability of end-to-end WooCommerce solutions, the platform is all geared up to make great strides.