WYSIWYG is an acronym for 'What You See Is What You Get'. On a WYSIWYG editor, how you write or design the content on the editor is exactly how the content will appear to the viewer as a finished output. A WYSIWYG editor is a user-friendly alternative to using markup languages like HTML to code content for a page. Ease of use is one of the biggest advantages of using a WYSIWYG editor.
A popular example of a WYSIWYG editor is MS Word.
AuthorCafé is a research administration, writing, and collaboration solution that helps institutions efficiently manage their PhD programmes and pre-award grants processes. AuthorCafé also enables the institution to retrieve real-time data on research progress and funding and identify bottlenecks early on for better productivity.