How can I refer to switching a functionality on and off, such as reading tags for songs, by using the verb toggle? Can it be used like the 'stop doing something' construct? I saw a couple of examples for 'toggle between...' and 'toggle through...' in Merriam-Webster dictionary, all of which included non-gerund nounds, and that's straightforward. Also, I'm not sure about using the definite article before the gerund; I know that singular countable nouns must be used with an article except for special cases, such as headings or maybe explicitly terse writings, but is it required in this case?
I considered the below wordings:
- Toggle reading tags
- Toggle the reading of tags
- Toggle tag reading (which sounds awful, not always possible, e.g. 'toggle sorting by time')
Since I've been using the first wording for some time, I have become used to it, but I'm not sure it's a correct usage.
Note that I'd like to use the verb toggle rather than any alternatives, if grammatically possible.