No worries. I’ll explain how to give the toggle a saved state.
First of all, click on the toggle element on your page. Make sure the dropdown says “Dynamic”. Don’t worry about the Dynamic status for now.
Now enter your page’s workflow and add “When an input’s value is changed”. Then select the toggle element from the dropdown.
Now add the “Make changes to thing” block and set the thing to change to the location of where you want the toggle’s on/off value to be stored. For my testing purpose I’m simply setting it to the current user. Where you save it will be based on your use-case.
Create a new field, give it a name and make sure it is a yes/no value
Set your new field’s value to “This IonicToggle is checked”
Now head back to your Design page and click on the toggle again. Set the blank Dynamic status to “[Your thing]'s isToggleOn is “yes””
And that should be all. Let me know if you have any other issues.