There are several interesting changes signaled with the release of Elementor 3.1. First, the Elementor team continued their performance initiative by removing more DIVs from the rendered page. That is good news for people who are concerned that the front-end page is too heavy and slow. This version also introduced the notion of “experiments” which you can enable or disable. This was a feature from the “developer” edition of Elementor. It seems this gives the team the change to have people test out changes with an easy way to back-out, if needed. Finally, Elementor added a new “landing page” admin menu item so that you can have your landing pages segmented together.