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Randomising groups and questions

Learn how to apply randomisation and how it works

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Written by Sarah
Updated over a week ago

Randomising your content and questions is a great way to remove bias from your results.

It's really easy to do this in Loops. Simply build your survey and follow the steps below.

How to apply randomisation

By default, each group, question or focus area will not be set to randomise. The randomise button will be grey when inactivated, as seen below.

When the randomising is activated, the button will be purple.

You can randomise on a group level and on a question level:

Randomising on a group level means that the groups selected will be randomised between each other but the questions within the groups will remain in the same order. To randomise a group, click the randomise button on the right side of the group (next to the 'Add question' button). You'll know when randomising is active when the button turns purple:

Randomising on a question level means that the questions selected will be randomised between each other within the group. To randomise an individual question or focus area, select the randomise button on the right side of the question:

You can randomise on a group level and a questions level at the same time, which means that the groups will randomise amongst each other and the individual questions and/or focus areas within the groups will also randomise amongst each other.

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