Decided to add visuals for the current state of the character sheet, my workaround for the issue, why it still fails, and how implementing the suggested feature would solve everything. This is my character's level 1 spell list. The text in grey next to a spell's name is the info I added to a spell's Innate section as a guide for myself on the origin & number of uses. This is what casting the spell Faerie Fire would look like in chat. As you can see, the spell's name now also includes the notes I had made for myself/the DM. Let's assume for a second that I had not revealed my race to the players at the virtual table, or that not everyone knows that races with Drow Descent can cast Faerie Fire exactly once a day, casting this spell to public chat now revealed some possibly spoiler-y information to the other players at the virtual table. Similarly for other spells which have been augmented with some info. Now since the color/fill of a spell's "prepared" bubble isn't included when casting a spell however, the spell list could instead look like this (without the notes in grey, or with minimal notes): Giving you the option to include as much detail as you want, and the ability to identify important info at a glance when leveling up or in that particularly stressful turn where you're looking for a reaction spell that could help. And if you're a forgetful player -like me- or you want to share how you've organized your spell list with your DM, (or if you're a DM with a bunch of PC character sheets -also like me-) you could make a small legend in your notes to provide a description for what each color means as needed. This also does not interfere with the minimalists who may not want to use as many colors or those who cannot make use of these colors (for example certain types of color blindness) as it is after all a customization option, and the original colors (white/red) would still exist. Edit: For those with certain types of color blindness, they could also identify a few colors that appear visually distinct for them and make a legend with those colors and hex codes for the players at their tables to use (if they're DMing for instance). Roll20 already offers support for a handy color picker that shows a color's hex code when selecting it and allows you to pick a color by inputting its hex code, a similar one could be used for this feature in the character sheet.