A toggle is a switch that has two options, on and off. They are used in software and hardware to control a number of functions. Toggles are often found in options menus, and they are often implemented in mobile apps to control system settings or preferences.
Labels help users understand what a toggle switches is doing and what state it’s in. They should be clear, concise, and direct to ensure that users can easily see what’s happening.
Use a high-contrast color to signal the toggle’s current status. This will prevent the user from thinking that a switch is on or off when it is actually in the other position.
If your toggle changes its state quickly, add a processing status loop animation to show the change onscreen. This will keep the process from getting stuck in a loop and will ensure that immediate results are achieved.
Toggle triggers can be created in Storyline to hide or disable a particular object. You can trigger a toggle hidden/disabled state when the user clicks a button or clicks on a specific area of the slide.