It has already become the basics almost everyone uses in their personal and work lives. Creating and further sharing a document is so simple that even my mum knows how to do it. Google Docs online should definitely be your go-to if you work with conservative clients and stakeholders, especially if they are not well-versed in using some new software with complex features. Moreover, Google Docs is a bit unhandy as a mobile note-taking app. I tried to make it work several times but came to the conclusion that it’s better to turn to more responsive note-taking software.
This knowledge base tool is the mammoth covering various tasks including document creation and sharing, collaboration, minutes writing, note taking, and many more. The creators of MS Office must have got very sad when Confluence appeared. Confluence is a knowledge management solution that has already gained steady ground in the market. It’s perfect for creating a corporate knowledge base, wikis and mind mapping knowledge management. However, I find its design a little outdated and its functionality too overloaded
Probably the best note-taking app so far. Here you can do a lot of things, e.g. keep and manage your documentation, take minutes, manage your tasks, or use it as a database. Notion would be almost perfect if there were more task management possibilities and its kanban board was easier to use. Moreover, the Notion price is not as friendly now as it used to be. The database idea is amazing but it's almost impossible to understand how to use it due to its complexity. That’s why I use Notion only for taking notes.