I have used WL in the past for this - but now I do my work in iZoTope RX. When I transfer vinyl - my end goal to have the results in separate tracks and sound as good as a album ripped from CD - so this involves some work.
When tracking an LP into an audio editor - I never bothered with having WL stop and start based on silence or levels. It’s easier to record the whole LP side in one go. Then in the resulting 23 minute file - go in with WL and fix pops, clicks and other nonsense, insert the proper fades on each song and then insert markers where each track begins. Then use the Batch Processor to create separate (named) FLAC files based on the markers.
This gives me a perfect replica of the album, with individual tracks. Your mileage may vary dependent on how far you want to go with it.