Layout: Bottom Margin
Bottom Margin controls how many lines of empty space there are at the end of the current block. Use this control to space the blocks evenly.
Although it can vary, a good rule of thumb is that two lines of spacing is best between most blocks.
Bottom Margin is better than empty rows.
You can sometimes get the same result by placing empty rows in your project's Google Sheet. But some blocks—especially those with more than one column—may not behave as expected. That's why we recommend always using the Bottom Margin control for spacing out your blocks.
Clear Field overrides Bottom Margin
If you've enabled Clear Field for your block, Endcrawl will ignore the Bottom Margin number.
If you're not sure what this is about, you can read all about Clear Fields here.