how to order randomly in django orm

To order randomly in Django ORM, you can use the order_by() function with the ('?') parameter. Here are the steps to achieve this:

  1. Import the necessary modules:
from django.db.models.functions import Random
  1. Use the order_by() function with the ('?') parameter to order the queryset randomly:

Explanation: - The order_by() function is used to specify the order in which the query results should be sorted. - By passing ('?') as the argument to the order_by() function, Django will generate a random ordering for the query results. - The YourModel.objects.all() retrieves all the objects from the model. - Combining these steps will result in a queryset that is ordered randomly.

Note: The order_by('?') functionality can be resource-intensive for large datasets, as it requires the database to retrieve all the objects and then order them randomly. If you are working with a large dataset, you might consider using other methods, such as shuffling the queryset in Python after retrieving the objects.