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This attribute causes LimeSurvey to ignore the existing order of answer options/subquestions, and instead it orders them randomly. This option permits the survey creator to diminish the survey bias. Please note that if a question has subquestions, the order of subquestions will be randomized, not the order of the answer options.
 
This attribute causes LimeSurvey to ignore the existing order of answer options/subquestions, and instead it orders them randomly. This option permits the survey creator to diminish the survey bias. Please note that if a question has subquestions, the order of subquestions will be randomized, not the order of the answer options.
Check https://survey-consulting.com/how-to-randomize-items-at-limesurvey/#Randomizing_the_order_of_answersitems for more details.
 
  
 
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See [https://survey-consulting.com/how-to-randomize-items-at-limesurvey/#Randomizing_the_order_of_answersitems this example] (outside link) to better understand how to use different LimeSurvey randomization features.
  
 
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Random answer order (random_order)

Description

This attribute causes LimeSurvey to ignore the existing order of answer options/subquestions, and instead it orders them randomly. This option permits the survey creator to diminish the survey bias. Please note that if a question has subquestions, the order of subquestions will be randomized, not the order of the answer options.

Available options

  • Yes - Randomize when participant enters survey
  • No (default)


Example

See this example (outside link) to better understand how to use different LimeSurvey randomization features.