Actually, subject. Is it worth switching to them in order to increase the speed and convenience of working with the code?
In my opinion, these editors have a gentle entry curve. That is, you will study them for a long time and get used to them, but when (and if!) You get used to it, your productivity will increase significantly. So it's a long term investment of time.
Keep in mind, however, that many IDEs provide good editing capabilities, too, especially program text. For example, Microsoft's Intellisense is very good for C# (subjectively worse for C++).
Try, compare, choose.