Thanks @matthias for feedback.
Apologies for any misleading. So, it is important to mention that our plugin is using JSON objects with data for each Block, compared to a classic WYSIWYG editor, but you’re absolutely able to save this information into your database and retrieve it later on when needed, even in your editor element.
If you’d like to save all information at once, you can use this state instead:
But you still need to make sure to save editor changes by using this action: (images for illustration purposes)
You may also add a pause before second action step, just to make sure things are running smoothly.
And if you want to retrieve database information and set the editor with it, you can simply do a search for and select the appropriate data, here:
If you’d have any other confusions or issues, please post screenshots of your app and workflows as well, with all property editor settings, so we can have a better investigation then provide working solutions asap.