guidelines and brief overview of wordrandomizer tool random words generator

Guidelines and brief overview of WordRandomizer tool – Random Words Generator

Random Words Generator or as we call WordRandomizer is an online tool which displays words based on few parameters set in filters. There’s a lot of places where this tool can be used, like research, games, vocabulary building, idea hunting and so on. You can read numerous uses of WordRandomizer – Random Words Generator to have a better understanding of this topic. For now, let’s focus on how we can use this awesome tool.

WordRandomizer is built having the user experience or UX in mind. There’s three major section of the tool:

  1. Generated Words Area
  2. Selected Words Area
  3. Filters
WordRandomizer Tool UI Design
WordRandomizer Tool UI Design

1. Generated Words Area:

Big white box is the area of your focus. This is where all magic happens. When you click on the “Regenerate” button, it changes, displaying you the randomly generated words based on the filters you set. On first load, it only shows 5 words which are not random. But as soon as you click the “Regenerate” button, random words starts coming.

2. Selected Words Area:

All the words in “Generated Words Area” are clickable. When you click on them, they are removed from the main box and added to the “Selected Words Area”. This is a great way to have a list of words you liked. After you finish exploring the words, click on “Save Words” button at the “Selected Words Area”. This will open up a popup containing all of your selected words. Click on “Copy Text” and its all added to your clipboard. You can then paste them in any document and save the file for future references.

3. Filters:

This is the most important section of this tool. You need to understand this better if you want to get most from this tool.

This section is further split into 3 more sections.

WordRandomizer filter section
WordRandomizer filter section
  1. No. of Words
  2. Types of Words
  3. Word / Syllables Length

1. No. of Words:

When you click on this, it will open a drop-up or drop-down with a slider. You can use that slider to adjust the number of words to be generated and displayed in the “Generated Words Area”. Default value is 5. I can be set to minimum 1 and maximum and 10.

WordRandomizer - Number of Words filer and dropdown
WordRandomizer – Number of Words filer and dropdown

2. Types of Words:

There’s three types of words WordRandomizer supports, Noun (N), Verb (V), and Adjective (Adj). When you click on “Types of Words” filter, it opens a drop-down containing these types including All which is ignore type and display all types of words. Default value is set to All. Make sure to change the type in case you are interested in only one type of word.

WordRandomizer - Types of Words filer and dropdown

WordRandomizer – Types of Words filer and dropdown

3. Words / Syllables Length:

This filter is little tricky. This is basically combination of two filters, “Words Length” and “Syllables Count”. “Word Length” represents the number of characters in a word and “Syllables Count” represents the number of syllables in a word. You can select either of these at a time. By default, neither of these are selected because they are set to display all lengths and syllables count. Clicking on one will open a drop-down displaying the slider to set the number. As soon as you change the number, it overrides the default behavior and will display the words accordingly. If you set the “Words Length”, it will ignore “Syllables Count” and display words of all syllables count and vice versa in other case.

WordRandomizer - Words length and Syllables Count filer and dropdown

WordRandomizer – Words length and Syllables Count filer and dropdown

With this information, you are all set to use this amazing tool. You can check other articles on our blog. In our blogs. we are covering all types of topics where this tool or related ones can be used in way or other. You can subscription us to get our newsletter in your inbox.

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