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Form Toggles

Components

Checkbox
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Radio
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Switch
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Best Practices

Use components to build interfaces. Search the component's name in the Component panel (Shift + A) or use quick search (Ctrl + E). Once you added a Component to your page unlink it to make changes. Right-click on the symbol’s label and choose unlink from symbol. This is the rule. We use overrides only as an exception for simple components that you'd rather want to re-style on the specific page within Style Guide (buttons, toggles etc. - mostly atoms).

Component Description

Checkbox

Checkboxes are most commonly used to give users a way to make a range of selections (zero, one, or multiple). They may also be used as a way to have users indicate they agree to specific terms and services.

Radio

Use radio buttons to present each item in a list of options where users must make a single selection.

Switch

Use radio buttons to present each item in a list of options where users must make a single selection.

Select

Select lets users choose one option from an options menu. Consider select when you have 4 or more options, to avoid cluttering the interface.

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