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Random picker wheel - Spin the wheel and let it decide

Random picker wheel - Spin the wheel and let it decide
What is this tool? This is a picker wheel that spins and picks a random word based on your input. Fun and useful! Let's say you're a teacher and all of your students have to hold a presentation today. Who will go first? You can start at the top of your student list, but then the same students always have to start first, plus you don't always have your student list within reach. There are more examples in which you could use a wheel: A challenge with friends and you want to decide who goes first. How can I use it? How to use the wheel should speak for itself, but we've made a quick tutorial. Scroll down to the 'Edit wheel' section. Can I share or save it? As soon as you add new names, words, places, brands and update the wheel a new share URL will be generated.

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