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Spin the wheel to make random choices

Build your own wheel to make random decisions, hand out prizes, gamify education, or more...

1

Add slices

Freely add up to 2000 slices to the wheel. Type in your entries in the box next to the wheel, or import a list in one go.

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Configure

Configure the wheel to your liking. Themes, sounds, speed and duration: it's all configurable from the settings menu!

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Play

Click the Spin button and the wheel will start turning. Eventually, it will land on one random slice chosen by our algorithm.

Popular spinning wheels

Below are quick links to some of our most popular ready-made spinner wheels:

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How to use the wheel

You'll notice the screen is divided by 2 parts: the left part contains the actual wheel. The right part lists all slices on the wheel. Here, you can add, edit, or delete slices (segments) on the wheel. Please read this document for more info on how to perform each action.

When you're done creating your wheel, click the "spin" button (or the logo on the center of the wheel) to start spinning the wheel. When the wheel has finished spinning, you'll see the result it landed on.

When the wheel finished spinning, you'll have the option to (a) stop: finish the game - you're done playing or (b) spin again: play again with the same wheel or (c) hide & spin again: the slice is hidden from the wheel and the system starts another spin with the leftover slices.

What can I use the wheel for?

A few ideas on how you can use a random spinner wheel at work, at home, or in the classroom.

  • Random prize draw: pick a random winner out of a list of potential winners. Ideal for random Twitter prize draws, or other prize games.
  • In the classroom: gamify education by picking a student randomly who should answer the next question.
  • At work: at standup meetings, use the wheel to draw a random person who should speak first.
  • Help fix arguments: if you can't agree on something, use the wheel to make a final, random, decision.
  • At a sleepover: make a wheel for the classic party game Truth or Dare. The wheel decides if the next player should say a truth, or do a dare.
  • Help make a decision: create a Yes or No wheel that will help you make decisions faster.