If you are an experienced Vim user, you might got tired of bn/bp/ls/Ctrl-^. If you are new to the Vim world, then welcome, and start by learning Vim's notions of buffers, windows and tabpages. VimWorkspace brings the IDE-like tabs into Vim, for easy navigation, and a nice, customizable look. It takes your buffers and tabs, and shows them combined in the tabline. With this you always have your list of buffers visible, at the same time not losing visibility into tabs. Moreover, VimWorkspace provides handy commands to boost navigation as well as a list of options to customize how the tabline appears.