Caches can really speed up page loads, but their annoying side comes when you're trying to modify a website and can't get the view to reflect the changes you've just made.
Simon Prosser on the Woo360 team has created a cache-clearing plugin called Woo360 Cache Helper, which is available at https://github.com/Pross/Woo360-cache-helper.
This plugin clears various popular caches when you click Publish in Page Builder and when WordPress finishes updating plugins and themes. Look at the code comments in the PHP file to see which caches it handles. The plugin also defines a
DONOTCACHEPAGE constant when Page Builder is active, which is respected by most cache plugins.
To install, download the zip file from the Github repo and install as you would any other plugin.
Note: This tool doesn't have automatic WordPress updates. Check back on the GitHub page for updates and the change log.