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Looking for an online knowledge management tool. I need only very simple functionality:

  • add articles (free text or w/simple markup);
  • tag articles;
  • full-text search over KB.

Is there a online option to do so?

P.S. It's for my personal use, so no need for access restrictions (it's all private for me, like Trello private boards).

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    "online option" suggests that it should be a hosted Web app, is that correct? Do you need access restriction? Do you have a budget? – unor Apr 23 '18 at 13:52
  • @unor Updated the topic. No budget, for personal use only. – Denis Kulagin Apr 23 '18 at 14:19
  • With access restriction I mean if the content shold be publicly available or only behind a login. If I understand your edit correctly, you do want to restrict access, right? (though I don’t know Trello, so maybe there it’s public?) -- And what about my first question? (it should be a Web app hosted by someone else, is that right?) – unor Apr 23 '18 at 15:42
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I recommend DokuWiki since it's perfect for small projects but highly versatile and expandable with plugins, above that it's open source and doesn't require a database.

You can either run it on a server or on your desktop – or both and sync it by using the Synchronization Plugin.

DokuWiki is out there since 2004, actively maintained by its main-developer and has quite a large community and I think it's safe to say that it will be around for a very long time…

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