Two things here.
- Isolate yourself from that noise, every day another tool is developed, but that does not necessarily mean it is a better tool. Each tool has its pros and cons, and will eventually fall short of one feature or another. So do not ride the hype of those tools.
For example, I am still using the boring Evernote, because it’s doing the job right. Should I switch to Notion, probably, but I tried and ended up going back to Evernote, because Notion is the slowest piece of software, and it has a different way of managing the notes.
Should I switch to Obsidian, probably, because everyone is raving about it? Is it easy to move my Evernote date to Obsidian, I am not sure and probably will be difficult and not supporting attachments as much as I would like.
What about DevonThink or others? They are all valid options but none of them was right for me. So I am still using the same Evernote that almost everyone hates. And I still believe it’s the only n application that is doing the job right.
- Back to the tools you mentioned.
Craft is more of Document management system that is heavy on collaboration. It’s competing Google Docs, but it has a very similar structure to notion and DynaList, where everything is managed in a small block. I am trying it today for the first time, not sure if I will continue to like it, but let’s see.
Agenda is a very nice note taking application in a calendar view, so it is giving the time context of your notes. Do you really need it? I am not sure, for me Drafts is a better alternative, because I personally can’t recall on which day I was taking the note. Still it’s a very a good application.
Obsidian: is a research management tool, it’s nice and free, but not necessarily ready for everyone. I might be subscribing to Obsidian now to benefit from the reduced early adopter pricing, But not necessarily committing to it fully yet.
I have another 100 tools, that I can mention here. Just ignore all of that, and use the old boring technology that proved to be working for you (and specifically YOU), and you feel most efficient and performing while using it.
Sorry for the wall of text reply here.