Ok. The only reason you or I can see the hourglass is because that character is part of a character set inside an installed font. Unreal doesn’t use your computers installed fonts to display text characters. That Hourglass may just be an icon also built into the browser itself which uses a character/font library.
You need to find a font that has that or a similar character, install the font library into unreal. then in the UMG type the correct corresponding character. You cant simply copy and paste from the browser.
For instance. If one font has the hourglass linked to the “H” Key. I fyou installed that font in unreal you would need to type “H” in the UMG to display that character(after changing the font to use to the new font library). If you simply copy and paste into unreal, UE doesn’t know what character/key is linking to that emoji… Does that make sense?