When comparing Dynalist vs RevNote, the Slant community recommends Dynalist for most people. In the question“What are the best personal Knowledge Base apps?” Dynalist is ranked 6th while RevNote is ranked 24th.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Ability to create documents and organize by folder, and search by title
Pro Unlimited notes
Which is perfect for personal knowledgebase.
Pro Search and link to other notes
Pro Bullet hierarchy with zoom
Able to zoom in in bullet points, collapse bullets, move bulleted information, etc.
Pro Create custom user styles
Anyone can create a custom style and share them with the community, which can be found here.
Pro Inline images
Pro Printable shared lists
Pro Simple organization by project
RevNote has a great way of organizing your articles into different projects.
Pro Generate citations
You can generate citations in most common styles.
Pro Best web clipper
The chrome extension for this tool clips a nice clean version of any web page that you are saving.
Pro Categorize annotations
This feature allows you to group your annotations by category. This is a great help for synthesising your research or just gathering the information that you need when you're getting ready to write.
Pro Search through all annotation articles
When you've made lots of annotations across lots of different articles, it can be difficult to find the section that you need. If you know that the annotation that you are looking for mentions a specific term, then a search for that term will bring up a list of all the relevant annotations.
Con Only 3 projects for FREE
Although their most basic plan is not expensive, the FREE plan only allows for 3 projects and limited storage.
Con Chrome only
This tool only works on the Chrome browser.