IrinaCommunication Specialist at CopyTrans

What's the best personal productivity + knowledge base app?

I'm trying to find an app that would allow me to track my productivity (personal and work goals/tasks) and include my personal 'knowledge base' (notes on books read, notes from courses, recipes etc.) I've been using wunderlist, then trello, but both lack the knowledge base part and get cluttered very easily. Evernote is the other way around :) It's very hard for me to track stuff there + I need notifications for some of the tasks. I've tried Notion, it's quite good, but the notification part on iOS is glitchy, so I don't trust it. I was thinking of using something like Jira, I looove the disappearing backlog feature, so I can only focus on the tasks for this sprint). But that's probably a bit too extreme for personal use + no there's no knowledge base part. Any ideas?
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