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Jane Bale

I am  not so good in english so I describe it on example:

I have 8 objects, for example A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, D2...couples, which goes together are:

A1 drops to A2

B1 drops to B2

C1 drops to C2

D1 drops to D2

but, I need that A1 can drops to A2, but also to B2 (for example)..and when I open Edit Drag an Drop there is ,,Drag item ( in my case it A1, B1, C1, D1) and Drop target (A2, B2, C2. D2)..but, I can use object (A1)  only once  in Drag items...I know, it is possible to have more Drag items in Drop target, but Drag items cant have more drop targets..hope, you understand me :) If not, I will enter a project..

thanks for any solution

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Jane,

Thanks for the additional clarification. 

If you'd like two Drag items to be able to be "dragged" to the same Drop target (regardless of if both are correct) you will need to set this up as a Freeform Drag and drop instead of a Matching drag and drop. You'll find the Freeform options still within quizzing, and then you'll need to set up the shapes, text boxes, etc. that will be a part of the Drag/drop. This tutorial will walk you through how to set it up - and you'll find at the very end additional options which will help you determine where Drag items can be Dropped. Also, if you'd like a Drop target to be the answer for two Drag items, you can set that up within the "Edit Drag and Drop" section.

Hope that helps!