Alphabet Default Avatars

Show default avatars for your users until they upload their own. Like Google, you'll be able to display an avatar displaying the first letter of the user's name.

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Show default avatars for your users until they upload their own. Like Google, you'll be able to display an avatar displaying the first letter of the user's name.

Learn how to implement default Google (Alphabet) avatars in your no-code application. For example, if a user's avatar or image is null, your no-code application will instead display an alphabet avatar for the user. In this case, your application will display "R S" in a random circle color as the user's image (example being the user's name is Robert Smith). This is a great no-code implementation for applications that have user avatars and want to account for a user's image being blank or null.

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