By default when you configureinstall WordPress, in the article processing section there are only a few features that are provided in TinyMCE, overall WordPress actually has more than enough to provide the features of this editor, but some people may still feel incomplete.
Although currently WordPress has released a new editor called Gutenberg editor with many amazing features and advantages, but it is too complicated for new WordPress users and even old WordPress users who only use WordPress for blogging it is not very useful.
And for those of you who have just installed a new WordPress and found the WordPress editor uses Gutenberg, then you can restore the old WordPress editor with the Classic Editor plugin → How to Deactivate Gutenberg and Switch to the Old WordPress Editor.
In this article I will give WordPress tutorials for how to add the TinyMCE WordPress feature to make it even more complete. There are two plugins that I have chosen that you can try.
1. TinyMCE Advanced
TinyMCE Advanced is a plugin that adds advanced TinyMCE functionality with a very full-featured editor. Other visuals include mapping graphic images, the ability to create tables using interfaces such as Microsoft Excel, and a shortcode manager.
2. WP Edit
WP Edit added extensive, additional editing functions to the default WordPress editor. Make your content like pro content without knowing any bit of HTML or CSS. Take control of the default WordPress editor and unlock the power of additional editor tools. Arrange the buttons into the toolbar as you like them, to make your workflow easier. Edit WP adds dozens of additional custom options to the WordPress editor.
And those are two plugins that you can use to add TinyMCE features so that they have many important tools in the WordPress editor. Hopefully this article is useful for you and good luck. 🙂