@JeremyECrawfordThe D&D bard’s Magical Secrets feature teaches you 2 spells from any class. Those spells must each be of a level you can cast. Regardless of the spell’s level (0 or higher), the spell counts toward the Spells Known number for your level in the Bard table. Bard question: If I take a cantrip with magical secrets, does it count toward my total cantrips known, since m.s. count toward spells known, and do I get an extra spell known to play with from the Bard list? And can I replace the Cantrip with Bardic Versatility?
— Phil Kunhardt (@Gweemaran) December 2, 2020
The Bardic Versatility feature in Tasha's Cauldron of Everything lets a bard replace a cantrip learned from the Spellcasting feature in the bard class. That benefit doesn't apply to any cantrips a bard might have learned from another feature, such as Magical Secrets. #DnD
— Jeremy Crawford (@JeremyECrawford) December 11, 2020