Track sheets were pretty standard in the days of tape multitrack and there would be plenty of accompanying notes on the sheets like song key, tempo, rhythm etc.... think of all the things that are displayed in your DAW.
When working on an album we’d use these to check overdubs etc... and then possibly running order and so on.
Like with DAWs it depends on your preferred workflow.
If I was in studios now... (pauses to daydream for a few moments), I’d probably still have a notebook, track sheets and a whiteboard. I’m a bit old school like that. My day job is mobile app development and I love me a whiteboard to keep track of what we’re doing as well as writing everything down. 🙂