Notion Aesthetic Tip: How to Create a Custom Bulletpoints

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Creating aesthetic bullet points in Notion is a simple and fun way to customize your workspace. By following these steps, you can transform your notes and make them truly your own. Stay tuned for more Notion tips and tricks that will help you make the most out of this versatile tool.
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Step 1: Create a New Button in Notion

The first step to create a new button. To create a new button, simply navigate to the page where you want the bullet points to appear. On that page, type /button and select Button

Step 2: Configure the Button

Name your button something fun and easy to remember, like "Click Me." This is the button that you'll be clicking to create your custom bullet points.
Then, click on + Add action and select Insert blocks. We will come back to this later.

Step 3: Find a Kaomoji Symbol

The next step is to find a Kaomoji symbol to use as a bullet point. Kaomoji is a popular Japanese emoticon style made up of Japanese characters and grammar punctuations.
To find a Kaomoji symbol, go to Google and type in "Kaomoji." Click on any of the websites. Here I used this site. Browse through the variety of symbols available and choose one that you like and copy it.

Step 4: Create a custom bulletpoint

Return to your Notion page and type \color{color value}{kaomoji} within the button.
For “color value”, refer to this article color value that you want for your bullet points or add the hex color code.
general: \color{color value}{kaomoji} example: \color{#dbabd9}{✿}
For “kaomiji”, paste in the kaomoji you’ve copied in earlier.
Highlight the Kaomoji symbol and click on the "Mark as Equation" and Done."

Step 5: All set!

All set! Each time you click the button, a new bullet point will be created with the Kaomoji symbol and the color that you chose.


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