If you are looking to randomize the order of your questions, groups of questions, or show just one or two concepts from a list of many, you can achieve this by using AYTM Grouping Logic.
Randomizing Individual Questions
In order to randomize individual questions, you will list them out in the question text of the question prior to the group, or the first question text of the group.
For Example: If you wanted to randomize Q1 through Q5, you would insert the following logic string in the question text of Q1:
[Group Q1 and Q2 and Q3 and Q4 and Q5]
You would include any of the questions that you wish to randomize. Once all the questions in the group have been completed they will move to the question immediately following (the way it was programmed).
Randomizing Groups of Questions
In order to randomize groups of questions, similar to randomizing individual questions we recommend adding this string to the first question or at the beginning of the group itself. Groups of questions are sometimes called batteries or nodes. These nodes will be randomized, but the questions within the nodes will not.
Based on the example in the above image, respondents will randomly start at Q2, Q6 or Q9, but will see the questions within the node in order.
Monadic and Sequential Monadic Testing
Monadic Testing refers to when a respondent will only be shown one of many possible concepts. Sequential Monadic refers to when a respondent will be shown two or more concepts. Both of these logic strings allow you to group questions and control how many nodes each respondent should answer before exiting the group.
[Group Q5-7 and Q8-10 and Q11-13 max 1]
The "max 1" defines that the respondent will enter one node or node out of the three. Once the respondent enters any of the mentioned questions in a normal survey flow, this logic activates, and throws them to one of the randomly selected nodes. When the respondent completes the requirement, they will continue along the normal survey flow. The respondent will proceed to the first unseen question - most likely Q14 in this example.
Sequential Monadic Example:
[Group Q5-7 and Q8-10 and Q11-13 max 2]
The "max 2" defines that the respondent will enter two nodes out of the three. Once the respondent enters any of the mentioned questions in a normal survey flow, this logic activates, and throws them to the two randomly selected nodes. When the respondent completes the requirement, they will continue along the normal survey flow, same as a Monadic testing function.
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