Decide which part of the question you would like to make dynamic. The dynamic part is the section that appears differently for each student.
Name each part that you would like to make dynamic.
Write the question (and solution) by replacing the parts you would like to make dynamic with the name(s) you defined.
From your bank of questions or the questions that have been shared with you, allocate question(s) for each assessment question. You may select more than 1 question for an assessment question. In that case, the algorithm randomly selects one of the questions. Using this method you are increasing the variability of the assessment. For example, if each question has 100 variations and you select 3 questions, your test will have 300 variations.
Select among many possible options to configure your assessment. Over the past many years, we have come across a wide variety of requests from different faculty members. From having different configurations for students who require accommodations, to custom penalty allocation for late file submission, we cover it all.
Regardless of how many configurations you assign to an assessment, you will always have to share only 1 link with all your students. You can share the link using your institution LMS.