Flip switches, radio buttons, and checkboxes
Whenever we need the user to choose between a restricted set of answers or options, it's usually a good idea not to make them write into a text field: people are funny beings and often "mistakenly" enter some completely unrelated (though sometimes hilarious) text into a field we might value as important.
For this reason, we might force the user to answer either "Yes" or "No" to a yes/no question, or choose one (or more) option(s) out of a number of possibilities.
Flip toggle switches
Binary flip toggle switches are UI elements used for any binary (yes/no, on/off, left/right, and so on) type of data input.
Actually, flip toggles are a particular type of select menu: the first option is styled as the "off" ...