With our software a document is a collection of multiple recordings. A user will typically set up an experiment, record some data, make some changes, record more data, rinse and repeat. In a life sciences context that will often start out with calibration data that is used to calibrate later data, then collect a series of experimental data records making changes so some set of parameters for each recording.
That isn’t quite the use case for a logic analyzer, but the idea that a set of recordings is what comprises a session rather than a single recording/capture is still applicable.
Fundamentally I’m lazy so creating a new “session” tab for each capture is too much effort so I just use the same session window all the time until I have something I know I want to keep. But it’s really easy to click start in the wrong session or at the wrong time and wipe out data that may have been important.
So, what I’d like is to treat a session as a work session where I can make multiple captures concatenated together end to end with a “record break” between each capture. Each capture should by default show time relative to the trigger/start point for that capture, but being able to show time of day for the whole session would be a really useful option. In our software we can show time since the start of the first capture, but I don’t see much need for that with Logic.