Keep your splits even by using ctrl-w = to straighten things up
Colin Bartlett
Search your project with fewer keystrokes by adding this command to your config
Colin Bartlett
Vim's built-in undo history allows traveling back and forth in time
Colin Bartlett
Use Vim's built in abbreviation mapping system to save time typing
Colin Bartlett
Use Vim's showmatch feature to highlight the matching bracket upon insert.
Colin Bartlett
Edit a set of files all at once by opening a directory in Vim splits
Colin Bartlett
Format paragraphs quickly and easily with gw and gq
Andrew Libby
Spell checking with Vim is as simple as :set spell
Colin Bartlett
Effortlessly jump back and forth between opposing brackets with %
Colin Bartlett
Vim has a number of ways to insert timestamps
Colin Bartlett
Get a better view of surrounding code by moving your current line up or down a bit
Colin Bartlett
Prevent Vim from messing with the format of text you paste
Andrew Libby