- One UI settings and menus should have clear, intuitive names and consist of a noun or a short verbal phrase. If possible, keep them within 31 characters to avoid spilling over to a second line. If it's difficult to understand a setting, subtext can be provided for further explanation. However, if tapping the setting name goes to another page or detailed settings, then the supporting text should be provided on that page.
- If a setting can be turned on and off, a toggle switch should be provided on the right side of that row.
- Sub headers can be added to help contextualize the settings or menus in a visual chunk.