For my work, I have to travel a lot. This means I have to power down my laptop often. The downside of this it that is always takes some time after a clean power on to open all the terminals to continue my work where I left.
Is there such thing as terminal bookmarks? It would be ideal if I could bookmark the state of the terminal, meaning that all tabs, the order of tabs, their title, their up key history (usually I Ctrl+c a running application, do some debugging elsewhere, press the up key and then Enter to restart the application), ... are stored. You could compare it with a bookmark in your browser which opens a series of tabs.
Having such functionality would drastically reduce the amount of time needed to restore work environments.
By the way, I am aware of the Hibernate functionality in Ubuntu, but this is not what I am looking for. Sometimes, I really have to reboot, unfortunately.
I am using the MATE desktop environment, if that matters.