To pick a date at random, start by specifying the start and end date (day, month, and year) of the period you want to select a random date. By default, the period is one calendar year starting from today.
Continue by selecting if you want to exclude certain days of the week from the draw. Then specify what format you prefer the output to be in. Finally, simply press the "Pick a Random Date" button to make our software draw date at random for you.
If generating a lot of random dates at once (a maximum of 100 is supported by our random date generator), it is easiest to simply select all the contents of the textbox (click in it, then press Ctrl+A on a PC), followed by Ctrl+C (on a PC) to copy, then paste as needed. Note that all generated dates will be unique, if the time period permits (otherwise you'd get an error). The produced random dates are returned unsorted (that is, in order of generation, thus in random order), but sorting them in any spreadsheet software should be a piece of cake.