This feature allows you to randomize the order of choices or variables for a question. For example, one respondent could see Choice 1, Choice 2 and Choice 3, while another could see Choice 2, Choice 1 and Choice 3.
Why is this useful
This is a great way to eliminate bias and encourage a variety of responses, as every respondent will see the choices in a different order.
To get there, set up your question first. Next, go to the Options tab and scroll to the bottom. Click on Options again and you should be able to check off a box called Randomize Choices.
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