The Session Restoration feature enables Warp to restore your session history, specifically windows, tabs, and panes, along with the last few Blocks in each pane. This allows you to quickly pick up where you left off in your previous terminal session.
How to access it
Session Restoration comes enabled by default in Warp.
You can disable Session Restoration by going to Settings > Features, then toggle off Restore windows, tabs, and panes on startup. Note: Toggling off the feature will not clear the SQLite database; however, Warp will stop recording new output.
How it works
Session Restoration Demo
Session Restoration database
Warp saves the data from your previous session's windows, tabs, and panes to a SQLite database on your computer, and every time you quit the app, this data is overwritten by your latest session. You can open the database directly and inspect its full contents like so: