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Create Paragraph Types (bundles in D7) add admin/structure/paragraphs_type
Create a Entity Reference Revisions field on the node/entity type, like admin/structure/types/manage/page/fields for the Basic Page type of node or admin/structure/block/block-content/manage/basic/fields for blocks.
Select "Paragraphs" at the field "Type of item to reference" and select a nice "Allowed number of values", "unlimited" is the best option for Paragraphs
Select "Paragraphs" in the field "Reference method"
A Drupal 8 version has been created, the alpha2 version is working with Drupal 8 beta 4. We try to keep the 8.x-1.x-dev branch compatible with the Drupal 8 HEAD. It currently has the same functionality as the Drupal 7 module.
The Drupal 8 version has been a complete rewrite of the module. It is now based on the Entity Reference Revisions module which is in core. Paragraphs defines: