Option 1: Quick & Easy
Edit the terms in the boxes below then click the generate button. You can separate terms with commas or line breaks. Bookmark the resulting page (Ctrl + D) to re-use it.
Option 2: Google Sheets
Step 1: Modify the Google Spreadsheet Template
- Make a copy of this template. (You'll need to sign-in with your Google account.)
- Edit the column headings in row 2.
- You may use up to 10 columns.
- Create lists of words, names, phrases, etc. you want randomly mixed up under the column headings.
- Label your Randomizer by changing the name of the worksheet (at the bottom).
- Do not edit any cell with a blue background.
Step 2: Publish Your Spreadsheet
- Go to File, Share, Publish to web, then click Publish.
Step 3: Get Your juegosorientar.com Link
- Click on the Get the Link Here tab of the template (at the bottom).
- Click on the juegosorientar.com link to view your juegosorientar Randomizer.
Step 4: Bookmark and Share
- Bookmark the page to find it again quickly.
- Share the juegosorientar.com link with anyone you want to use the randomizer.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I include images?
- Yes, in the Google Sheets version. Just paste the URL (address) of a picture you find on the web in the appropriate cell.
- URLs must end in ".gif", ".png", ".jpg", ".jpeg", or ".webp".
- You cannot use Google Drive to store your images.
- You can use Google Drawings. Use the "Publish to the web…" link.
- Images are automatically resized.
- Smaller images load quicker.
- (You may use text or an image in a cell, but not both.)
Can I include links?
- Yes, in the Google Sheets version. Type the text you'll be clicking on, followed by [[Link: followed by the full URL of the link you want to visit followed by ]]. Like this:
- Spanish411 [[Link:http://www.spanish411.net/]]