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Use the navigation tree on the leftmain menu button in the upper-left corner to navigate through selected CKEditor 5 features.

# Features availability

Most of the features are included in CKEditor 5 Builds and are available out of the box, like for example Autoformatting or Keyboard support. However, some of the presented features need to be manually included in a customized CKEditor build, for example the Markdown processor which outputs Markdown instead of HTML.

# Looking for more?

The examples on the left do not present all features included in CKEditor 5. For example some end-user features like bulleted and numbered lists are quite self-explanatory.

Please bear in mind that the stable version of CKEditor 5 has not been officially released yet and with time more features will be added to CKEditor 5. If you are missing anything particular, feel free to suggest a new feature and share your feedback with us. If it has already been reported by someone else, upvote it to show your support.

# How about creating your own features?

Probably the most exciting features are the ones you can develop on top of CKEditor 5 Framework!
We are slowly enhancing the CKEditor 5 Framework documentation together with API documentation, hoping to give you a solid base for creating custom features.

The official add-ons repository for CKEditor 4 reached an impressive number of over 300 add-ons created and published by the community. Now it is time for you to add your contributions to the brand new CKEditor 5!