A quick list of what to do in order to learn how to use Vim
(keeping order isn't necessary)

  1. Learn how to ask a good question and to type it into search engine before asking
  2. Do vimtutor - it's a 30-minute tutorial that teaches the most basic Vim functionality hands-on
  3. RTFM! User manual (:h user-manual) will guide you progressively through every feature, from basic to advanced
  4. :help and :helpgrep to find more detailed documentation of specific feature
  5. :h quickref - quick reference guide
  6. idiomatic vimrc by romainl
  7. vimrctips of r/vim
  8. Your problem with Vim is that you don't grok vi
  9. Seven habits of effective text editing by Bram Moolenaar
  10. Proverbs and recommendations from #vim
  11. Read humorous Vim Kōans
  12. How to Do 90% of What Plugins Do (With Just Vim)
  13. Learn Vimscript the Hard Way
  14. Check out Vimways
  15. Why do Vim experts prefer buffers over tabs?
  16. Read configs of more experienced users (here's mine, for example)
  17. My list of resources on various topics (filter by "Vim" tag)
  18. The most important: actually use it!