I would like to try one, ideally some that is more user friendly without the need to remember bundle of shortcuts to use it.
That’s generally what tiling managers are. The Linux community may make you think you need a tiling WM to be efficient or productive, but that is just silly. They can be awesome (pun intended), but not for everyone. Part of the amazingness of open source is all this choice we get.
On that note, I think you have two good places to start:
First is i3 or Sway. Sway is my favorite because of wayland, but they are both awesome and relatively easy to use.
However, I think you may be most interested in something like Pop Shell. It makes tiling on the GNOME desktop easy, and can be installed with
rpm-ostree install gnome-shell-extension-pop-shell.noarch. The biggest downside is that it is Xorg only, but it’s still pretty neat!