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Randomizer - fault in progress bar

Paula_Ko210 MelbourneCommunity Member - Trial User Qubie ✭
edited July 14 in Survey Platform


I have three blocks in my survey but only one will be presented to each participant. Therefore I used the randomizer, stating to present only one out of three. However, the estimated response time and the progress bar do not take that into account. The estimated time response shows the time needed to answer all questions (out of all three, not just one block) and the progress bar skips immediately to 66.66% after the introduction (because it takes the two other blocks into account).
Is there a way to change this?

Thanks a lot!

Best Answer


  • akshay11
    akshay11 Community Member - Trial User Guru ✭✭
    edited August 2018

    For more information check this link.

  • SaurabhPujare_Ugam
    SaurabhPujare_Ugam IndiaCommunity Member, Qualtrics Brand Admin Sage ✭✭✭

    @Paula_Ko210 ,

    with addition to what akshay has said,
    if you can also do following using randomizer,

    create three flags and set it to 0
    and check below attached screenshot..

  • Paula_Ko210
    Paula_Ko210 MelbourneCommunity Member - Trial User Qubie ✭

    Thank you very much for your help!
    If I select "exclude from progress bar calculation" the block that is actually the one presented will be excluded, but I would like to exclude the other 2 blocks which are not presented to the participant. How can I exclude those and only take the presented block into account for the progress bar?
    Thanks again!

  • llwy2511
    llwy2511 Community Member - Trial User Qubie ✭

    hi, I followed your instruction. But the survey automatically skips all questions