You can also define what your Raspberry Pi does on startup, using the On Every Boot block. Blocks that are placed under this block rull run every single time that your Raspberry Pi is started up. This is useful for auto-starting Python scripts, or other programs that you have made.
An example of a block that you could place under the On Every Boot block is the Run VNC server block. A VNC server is a way of logging into your Pi and controlling it without a keyboard or mouse. This block will see if you have a VNC installed, if not install one, and then run it on your chosen port.
Whilst choosing what blocks to use, be aware that some of them require an internet connection to work. To find out whether a block needs an internet connection, hover over it, and a small description will appear which will tell you if it needs an internet connection.