Support more (traditional) Chinese input methods
Currently, most of the Chinese input methods supported input methods are based on words pronounciation (w/ different dialects / romanlization standards hence different inputs).
This leaves input methods based on partition (拆字) unrepresented, regardless if it's based on strokes (筆順拆字) or blocking (方塊拆字). They deserve more attention as ...
Romanization is not common at SEA Chinese community. For example, despite of most HKers speaking in Cantonese, canton romanization (which is the only HK input method on tails rn) isn't part of the core curriculum throughout our highschool career. Instead, schools prefer teaching input methods like 九方 or 倉頡 for historical reasons.
Partition based input methods makes direct reference of the text writing itself, hence having distinct ways to input simplified / traditional characters, making it much friendly for users that works with both simplified / traditional characters, as they need not to switch environment to specify the type of character they wish to input (as the words shares the same romanlization / pronounciation).
Partition based input methods have a significant speed advantage gap compared to pronounciation based input methods. In fact, pronounciation based input methods are so much slower that nobody is bringing them to official contests.