It has often been requested - either a last-used-preset name or number. But it can cause more confusion than enlightenment.
If I start with a preset, then rearrange the sliders so that it looks the way I want it - it might not, in the end - look anything like the preset I started with. That presents a dilemma: how do you avoid the confusion in that case, when one preset is so modified, it looks nothing like the starting preset? In fact, it may look closer to a different preset... oh the confusion!
My own solution is to use 'journal' file-names.
e.g. Fractal 0034 MiniMandelbrot ChromaMap_FotoSketcher 65iteration Emergence2_DAP_7000x5250_Realism clond2 AHB150-50-10 clond
This means (to me at least) that I have a MiniMandelbrot fractal, 65 iterations of the Emergence preset in Fotosketcher; Dynamic Auto Painter Realism preset, dimensions 7000x5250 pixels, some cloning and an Art History Brush treatment. When I frame it, or use Topaz AIR, I add DF (Digital Frame) and AIR to the name also...
However, this is the only sure way to remember all your ingredients, as long as you can tolerate long file-names. Inside CC2018, there are 'post-it' notes - little yellow sticky-notes, where this info can also be stored, if you don't like long file names.