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Let's say that my tool enables you to create remote usability test (kind of). Users need a new feature - task randomization. When user design a project, he/she can add a survey but it isn't obligatory.

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If user chooses 'Task randomization' - ON, he/she should somehow tie up a task with a matching survey to avoid a situation when project flow will look like this:

Welcome page -> Task 3 -> Survey 1 -> Task 2 -> Survey 3 -> Task 1 -> Survey 3 -> End

Do you have any idea how to design such interaction?

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I would design the interaction such that each task includes an optional survey that is considered part of the task. That way, randomization will not break the link between task and survey, because they are considered one unit and will always travel together.

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