If you're looking for a knowledge base plugin for your WordPress website then this blog post can give you a better direction to find one.
Actually, I was looking for a knowledge base plugin for this website as I wanted to record my lessons, experiments etcetera in a very organized manner.
Now you might say that I can do that in the blog section but let me tell you that the blog is great for large articles but a knowledge base can help me organize my small chunk of the information under various topics very efficiently.
I wanted to create a go-to place for me and my team where we can find everything that we have learned and recorded in our daily life.
Therefore after hunting for the best knowledge base plugins (docs plugins), I found a few that are best among all the other plugins, and in this blog post, I tried my best to compare them side by side to make the decision easier for everyone.
The Plugins I have Tested and Found Best Are:
Knowledge Base Plugins Comparison Table
After testing all the plugins I like BetterDocs among all the other plugins as it's the most robust plugin among all three of them and I love the features, functionalities, and UX of this plugin.
In simple language, I can say that this plugin has all the necessary things that I was looking for when I started searching for the knowledge base plugin.
Even though I like BetterDocs a lot yet I finally decided to use BasePress as I needed multiple knowledge functionality on my website and BetterDocs doesn't have this feature where BasePress has it even in their free version of the plugin.