Just a slightly different answer from NotMe - I generally had a "skills" section in my resume, where I just dumped all the tools I used. It was really useful because recruiters typically have software that scans cvs for whatever they need - and often they look for silly things, if only because they're not clear what they're hiring for.
To that end, I'd recommend that if you can use a tool/language/thing, you always put it in your skills section.
For when your CV is read by a human, you want to have as NotMe has put - a job, the role, and the technology used. That then makes clear when you last used the technology, and ties it to whatever you used it for.
But in short, there is no earthly reason to leave off a skill. Feel free to stick in "IntelliJ" or what have you there - there's no reason to bog down your job description with each individual skill either, you just use the "skills" section to bypass the automatic filtering.