Example: Suppose all respondents have to answer questions 1 and 2. Then, the respondents have to be randomly shown one of the image questions from Q3, Q4, or Q5. In this example, a presentation text question was created, Q6, that reads, “Thank you.” All respondents should see this text after rating the image they are shown.
Q1 - Common Question 1
Q2 - Common Question 2
Q3 - Block 1 Question 1
Q4 - Block 1 Question 2
Q5 - Block 1 Question 3
Q6 - Common Question 3
Steps for setting up randomization are:
Important: For the randomization to work, you need to define a point where the randomization logic will end. To do this, click on Logic » Branching/Skip Logic for questions in the randomization list and set default branching to the question immediately following the questions in the randomization list.
In this example, you have to set up default branching for Q3, Q4 and Q5 to branch to Q6.
Can I control the probability of the questions to be randomly displayed?
No, QuestionPro uses a complex algorithm that randomly displays any 1 question from a list. Thus, we cannot control which questions are displayed. We also do not keep track of questions that are displayed.
Can I set up randomization within randomization?
No. Currently, randomization within randomization is not possible. You can have multiple randomization logic questions in the survey, however, they shouldn’t overlap.