after jogging down the basic infomation on the back of the print,(before developing) I transfer the information to "my little black book", This contains all the information considering the print. Each print has it's own paper with every scrap of information that occur when making the print.
We have several varieties of the printing map that Fred Picker used, available for students. Some have gone so far as to take a sharpie and outline burning and doging information right on a test print(after drying).
Clever, wish i had come up with it years ago.
Basically it comes down to what is most comfortable to one's style or recording keeping. I really hate the note keeping, but the payoff is more important , so I do it.