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Is there a way to hide the Icon of a database entry?

In the table-view of a database I get fresh entries without an icon and as soon as I add data to the entry (or an icon) the icon is displayed before the title of the row... is there a way to hide the icon, so that all I see is just the database entry title?

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polle Points79930

The only way is to remove the icon and if that is your choice, just avoid adding icons to Notion pages and that is it.

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cyber-r commented

Thanks polle - I can get rid of the icons I place on purpose, but not the ones in the printscreen which get added automatically by notion, correct?

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polle commented

Notion does not add icons unless you add them manually or in a template, everything else comes empty.

The one in your image, just open te page and delete the icon.

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cyber-r commented

When adding text to a DB entry, notion puts a little sheet of paper with writing before a database entry... (see link in my original post)

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polle commented

Those are pages with content and that is how you know when a page is empty or not.

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cyber-r commented

I understand that, but there's no way to hide it, right?

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polle commented

Correct, that shows there is content inside the page, so you can identify them and know where you have content and where you do not.

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cyber-r commented

OK, thanks! :-)

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polle commented

Glad to help. :)

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