Use this tool to put a list of items in random order.
Here follows a few examples of situations where you might want to use this tool.
- You are organising a contest and want the start order of the contestants to be random.
- You need five persons to do some work but there are many more volunteers. Since the shuffled list is numbered you can simply take the first five from the randomized list.
- You have a number of tasks that need to be done but you cannot decide in which order to do them.
- You organise a dance and want to group people into pairs. To get random pairs you can shuffle the list and group each odd numbered person with the next even numbered person.