You don't need more than one cursor in vim - Christoph Hermann - Medium
andré f.

Sublime text first introduced multiple cursor editing (as far as I know). Meaning editing code at multiple positions at the same time. There is a plugin for vim ( vim-multiple-cursors) which allows you to mimic that behaviour, but it has some problems. Autocompletion is broken, the history is different from what I might expect and you can't map the manipulations to a keybinding for your next vim session.