How to use Randomize Question Sets
You will find this feature through this path Designer Other Actions Randomize Questions Sets:
This feature allows you to group questions together in question sets that can be presented in a random order (while the order of the questions inside each set is preserved).
To start, switch to Turn randomization on:
Before building a randomization, it is helpful to think of it as consisting of three levels:
1. The Groups: This is the top level. The groups are presented in a static order, while the content of each group can be presented in a random order. (To enable this, just check “Randomize” next to the group name).
2. The Question Sets: This is the middle level. Each question set must be contained within a group, and they will be presented in a random order if randomization is activated for their parent group.
3. The Questions: This is the lowest level. Each question must be contained within a question set, and they will be presented in a static order.
To add a question to a question set, simply select it from the dropdown menu under the set. To add another question, just click “Add a Question” (from within the question set to which you want to add the question).
To add a question set, simply click “Add a Question Set” (from within the group to which you want to add the question set).
To add a group, simply click “Add a Group”.
If you want to turn off randomization for any of your groups, simply expand the group and remove the check mark from the “Randomize” check box.