Stop Misusing Toggle Switches

There are times to use toggle switches and times not to. When designers misuse them, it leads to confused and frustrated users. Knowing when to use them requires understanding the different types of toggle states and options.

Contextual States Vs. System States

It’s easy for designers to confuse toggle switches and toggle buttons because they both manage states, but there’s a fundamental difference. Toggle switches are for system states, and toggle buttons are for contextual ones. A contextual state only affects the current screen…

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