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Switch is a control for instant switching between two options, states or functions.

Use it in cases when boolean operation submits user's choice instantly, without reloading the page and clicking the confirm button.

Sizes and margins

Our switch has three sizes: xl, l and m.

You also can add a text label to switch input. The text of enabled option use --text-primary token for color, and the text of disabled option has --text-secondary token for color.

Appearance and margins Styles
XL width: 44px, height: 24px, circle size is 20px, font-size: var(--fs-300), margin between the control and the text is 8px
L width: 36px, height: 20px, circle size is 16px, font-size: var(--fs-200), margin between the control and the text is 8px
M width: 20px, height: 12px, circle size is 8px, font-size: var(--fs-100), margin between the control and the text is 8px


Switch component has two themes: info and success.

Theme Appearance example Usage
Info Default theme for most common actions.
Success Additional theme for cases when it;s necessary to emphasize the enabled positive state of the switch.

When the switch is used to enable/disable a social network account, you can use the appropriate brand color for the active state.


You can place an icon inside the switch with big sizes. We recommend you to use different icons for off and on states.

Switch size Off state On state


Switch has three possible states: off, on, and disabled. To change the state, user can click either on the switch itself or on the text label next to it.

State Appearance Styles
off background: var(--control-switch-bg)
on background: var(--control-primary-success) или background: var(--control-primary-info)
Disabled Transparency of the component changes to 30%. Use --disabled-opacity token.

Usage in UX/UI

Use positive language for text labels in the Switch to make it clear what interface will do if user enables the toggle.

Avoid negations such as: “Don't show trending subtopics”, – which would mean that the user would have to enable the switch so something will not be shown.

Use verbs for the labels. For example, "Send by email".

You can use a label without a verb in cases when:

  • you have not enough space in the interface;
  • when the label belongs to a group of switches (for example, in the settings).