I received a lot of responses on this from a UX standpoint. In some cases, reducing CTA’s & collapsing extraneous info may have a negative impact on UX. This is why I made the point about prioritizing these parts.

From a decluttering standpoint, there are things must obviously be shown to the user. Other parts are sometimes or rarely used, and usually do not require initial visibility.

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