- We use Notion exactly for the same reason as what your looking for. Have a nice freeform place to store info. Bonus in Notion: Share (sub)pages of customer documentation with the customers.
Overall, Notion is like a bunch of widgets and management apps combined into one awesome package. I've been using it for several months now, and it works really well. It's most useful for team projects, where you can make an entire directory of pages for the different types of tasks you need to handle, and keep all progress and information synced into one app.
Being able to move content blocks and pages around makes it very easy to organize, and the comment feature makes it easy to start a new thread to discuss a topic. Integration is also great, since I can embed code, videos, and even Google Drive documents. You can also customize the look and feel of pages (I love being able to set icons and header images for each page) to make them easily recognizable, and create complex layouts. There is a huge list of features that makes it possible to do almost anything you would want to do in a management/organization app.
It's still improving, and they have a list of new features coming soon (the one I'm excited for is being able to assign tasks to people). There's an iOS app beta (that doesn't work on my device currently). There are a few minor bugs that I come across, but it's nothing that distracts you from using it. It's a solid app that I'll continue to use for both group and individual projects.
I actually was just so sick of confluence and was asking someone at #Productboard about what they use and they told me about this. It's just pretty fun to use. Also the free trial is helpful if you're a small startup.
- I'm a big fan of Nuclino for Wiki, but it's very light for project management.It's like Trello meets Google Docs. It's a lightweight team wiki tool that allows you to create and collaborate on documents in real time, linking them together and visualizing them in a kanban board or a mind map. Simple, powerful and, best of all, free. Perfect for an internal knowledge base.
Excellent product which is on the right track. In my view the pricing is too high for this stage with 5 Euro/user/ month. G Suite costs 4 euro for it's vast service portfolio. For us a price point at 1 or 2 Euro would feel comfortable.
Nuclino definitely deserves to be as popular as Slack and Trello. Like Slack and Trello, Nuclino focuses on one task and does a brilliant job at it. I really hope this stays actively maintained!
- Mircea Pașoi made this productI'm biased... but I think Memo is great for technical teams (works great for code snippets, technical documentation, meeting notes, etc.) and is deeply integrated with Slack. Here's some information on how it compares with traditional tools (Evernote, Confluence, Github Wiki and Slack Posts): https://memo.ai/compare
Use Paper to manage technical stuff and my team, and love it. Just the right number of features, document crosslinking and image embedding fits my needs exactly, and works for quick notes or longer documents.
Its a great tool for starters, For teams I do not recommend. there are lots of apps that do the same, even google docs is more intelligible when collaborating and working with. But we already have OneNote, Evernote, Word Online, with lots of features way ahead Paper.
- They're spreadsheets that work great as CRMs and project trackers. Unlike your typical spreadsheet, you can click on an entry. For example, you can click a project (that's associated to a client). That will bring you to a project's page and show all its metadata.
Fieldbook is obscure enough that it offers more privacy than Google Sheets (data directly linked to your Google profile, directly searchable by CIA/NSA, etc). Unfortunately Fieldbook is also Silicon Valley, ex-Googlers and ex-Grouponers so I wouldn't keep anything too private there. US privacy issues limit its usefulness.
This app is great - I'm pretty bummed to just have found out about it now, while they're in the process of turning off the service in June 2018. Hope there's another app i can find that works similarly... AirTable is great, but I can't use it for a full database for certain projects because of their freemium account limits.
I'm a big fan not only of BaseCamp, but also their founders' books (Rework, Remote, Getting Real) and blog posts. Their work philosophy is amazing and it's reflected on the clean and concrete software.
I really enjoy managing all aspects of my company with BaseCamp
Great and helpful app! I use Basecamp integration with TMetric in all my projects, for me this is the most convenient way to track my time for any activity in Basecamp
- Julie Tolosa made this productKnightSpear has built-in Notes and Knowledge base. The notes is private to you while the Knowledge base is publicly available for your team to comment and react on. KnightSpear is a project management app so you don't need to switch apps every time. It's free and has fun features your team would love to use everyday.
- Matt Lovato made this productSamepage makes it easy to do exactly what you're describing. You can create pages to take notes in real time with other members of your team, but you can also add project content to pages like files, assignable tasks, and more. Winner of 3 awards from Capterra for project management software: Most Recommended, Best Value, Best Support - https://www.capterra.com/p/15239... Learn more here: https://www.samepage.io
- Lets you store your project as a list of tasks and you can log time against each task. Nice note taking facility as well. Really simple to use, and will let you create invoices against your logged time as well. We use it and love it!
- I would suggest ProProfs Project. I am using it for past 2 years and a big fan of its’ simple and intuitive interface. You can add detailed notes to all your projects and even drop comments for the ease of understanding or to avoid confusions. Even if you wish to have a more granular approach, you can divide a project into tasks and subtasks for better clarity or to track how much the needle moved in each task. For starters, I would say their 15-day trial period can really help in understanding the features in details. Cheers!