Add custom tool to Toolbar

23 Aug 20232 minutes to read

The Rich Text Editor allows you to configure your own tools to its toolbar using the RichTextEditorCustomToolbarItems tag directive within a RichTextEditorToolbarSettings. The tools can be plain text, icon, or HTML template. Also, define the order and group where the tool should be included.

This sample shows how to add your tools to the toolbar of the Rich Text Editor. The Ω command is added to insert special characters in the editor.

Refer to the following code sample for the custom tool with the tooltip text, which will be included in the RichTextEditorToolbarSettings.Items property.

@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Buttons
@using Syncfusion.Blazor.RichTextEditor

    <RichTextEditorToolbarSettings Items="@Tools">
            <RichTextEditorCustomToolbarItem Name="Symbol">
                    <SfButton @onclick="ClickHandler">Ω</SfButton>
    <p>The Rich Text Editor component is the WYSIWYG ('what you see is what you get') editor that provides the best user experience to create and update the content. Users can format their content using the standard toolbar commands.</p>

@code {
    private List<ToolbarItemModel> Tools = new List<ToolbarItemModel>()
        new ToolbarItemModel() { Command = ToolbarCommand.Bold },
        new ToolbarItemModel() { Command = ToolbarCommand.Italic },
        new ToolbarItemModel() { Command = ToolbarCommand.Underline },
        new ToolbarItemModel() { Command = ToolbarCommand.Separator },
        new ToolbarItemModel() { Name = "Symbol", TooltipText = "Insert Symbol" },
        new ToolbarItemModel() { Command = ToolbarCommand.SourceCode },
        new ToolbarItemModel() { Command = ToolbarCommand.FullScreen }
    private void ClickHandler()
        //Perform your action here

Blazor RichTextEditor customize toolbar