Personally I don't like wood glue. It's too runny and it has a very weak bond.
I prefer something called Velverette, but as far as I know, they don't make it any more and I have not found a suitable replacement for it yet.
Good thing I still have a few jars of it.
I discovered it when I was going to school for floral design. (it was marketed as a floral adhesive...alternative to hot glue)
I use it anywhere that crazy glue, 10 ton epoxy, or duct tape is unsuitable or won't work.
It's very thick (thicker than the typical tacky glue),very tacky, dries clear, and has a slow enough drying time to allow you to adjust things properly.
It comes in a jar. You have to dip a paint brush or wooden skewer in there to get it out. Cleaning up the excess is very easy with a damp paper towel.
I have used it to glue towel racks to ceramic tile in a location where humidity and moisture are a concern. (I may have to remove them some day, since I rent, and I can do this without damaging the tiles) The towel racks have held strong for about 10 years, so far.
I have used it to hold the wood & hinge together on a closet door after it split and the hinge & a piece of the wood fell off.
It holds screws into my walls.
It is holding my desk together in many places, including the little knobs that my keyboard tray rests on.Software for planning wood bookcases/cabinets/tables etc?