Ahh, gotcha, I can totally see how that could be an issue for you and your team.
There are a couple ways you can differentiate them.
The first way (easiest, but maybe not the most useful for all situations) is automatic. Whenever you import an icon into the icon browser, it shows up under “Assets.” Your custom icons are the only things that show up under assets. This is a screenshot of the custom icons I have in my project:
That’s the best way to put them in a “folder” but maybe not the best way to make them accessible for quick adding.
A way to address that would be to use a custom naming convention for your icon filenames. So maybe [company name]_[icon name]? That way, your team can search for the company name in the icon search field, and it will return all the custom icons you want them to use.
I renamed a few icons to balsamiq_[icon name] and imported them into my project:
Let me know if those solutions would work for your team, Tobias. Aside from folders, do you think there is a better way to manage custom icons? We are always looking for ideas to make things better