To understand the block randomizer you have to know what a survey block is. A survey block is a group of questions within the survey. Survey blocks simplify the way questions are ordered and presented to survey takers. They enable the survey creator to display a set of questions randomly.
The block randomizer helps to present the survey blocks in random order when a respondent reaches a specified section of the survey. This is useful when you need to randomly show a question from a group of questions or randomly show different sections of a survey to gather a variety of responses.
This help file will show you how to add, merge, and split blocks, as well as how to randomize questions within a block, and reorder blocks within the survey.
Without any survey questions, you will see the survey template blocks where you can add or merge them together.
Create a survey block:
Preview a survey block:
Reorder a survey block:
Display questions randomly in a survey using a block
Learn more: Question Randomization
Delete a survey block
Split a survey block into two:
You can split one block of survey questions in two.
Merge two or more survey blocks
Rename a survey block
Reset block randomizer:
To reset the survey block randomizer, delete the randomizers added for that survey.
Yes. All randomization data is saved for each respondent and can be downloaded in excel/csv format.Go to: My Surveys(Select Survey) » Analytics » Manage Data » Export Here, switch on the toggle for Include Randomization Data In the exported file, block order data and question order data will be included.
This feature is available with the following license :