Okay, I’m understanding more now.
I have personally never written any voicings down on paper - except for the lesson notation and transcriptions that I make electronically for all our students!
Immediately, when I find a voicing that I like, I memorise the scale degrees from bottom to top, and also make a special consideration of the melody note - because that will then allow me to ‘slot’ the voicing in when I see that melody note/scale degree combination in a jazz standard
I personally feel, that by doing this, it bypasses the need to write it down.
Instead, the information being on a piece of paper, it is in my head and all I need to do is look at the piano.
This may not work for everyone, it was the way I was taught and I’ve found it to be very effective.
Memorising the scale degree formula has always been key for me.
If you do write it down, I’d recommend also writing down the scale degree of each note.