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Toggle is a user interface element that allows a user to update preferences, settings, and other information. Toggles can be cognitively OK if they use standard visual design and are easily accessible for users with assistive technologies. Toggle switches should be clear to understand, provide direct labels, and be responsive — in other words, they should change state as soon as the user clicks them.

Typically, the color used for a toggle switch is high-contrast and takes into consideration cultural implications (e.g., red might not be intuitive for people with red/green color vision deficiency). It’s also important to consider the societal and cultural implications of what a toggle means — it is not uncommon for designers to rely solely on the use of color to communicate state (as opposed to using text to convey that state) in order to avoid confusion for users who are not familiar with this convention.

Finally, savvy teams view the number of Feature Toggles in their codebase as inventory that comes with a carrying cost and seek to keep that cost low by being proactive about removing toggles once they have served their purpose. This might include adding a task on the team’s backlog for every new toggle and even setting expiration dates on some of them in order to prevent unused toggles from polluting their production code.

The visibility toggles allow you to hide content from viewers in certain worlds, but some items cannot be toggled including article sections created by template specific prompt fields (e.g., article title, subheading, and credits) as well as the article vignette (which provides a brief summary of an article).