How to randomize items at Limesurvey

Limesurvey provides various randomization features at different levels and you should make use of it for various reasons. Especially at market research surveys randomizing items is a must-have feature in order to collect data properly. Another use case is A/B testing where you randomly show version A or B or a question for comparing the [...] read more

Limesurvey – Conditions based on token attributes

Sometimes you want to show certain questions of a survey to a specific user group only. With Limesurvey this is no problem. If your survey is set to be non-anonymousĀ and uses tokens, you can use user defined attributes for conditions. Here we describe the necessary steps. 1. Adding additional attributes Set the survey to be [...] read more

How to conditionally hide/show groups in Limesurvey

When first working with Limesurvey’s condition designer, you might miss a feature to show/hide whole question groups. Doing this is quite obvious though: Set a condition on the first question of the group like “Show question X if question Y was answered ‘>=3’ “. Click the “copy conditions” icon at the condition editor. Select the [...] read more