There are lots of types of dragging that can happen on websites. While they are all click (or tap), hold down, move, and let go, they are all quite a bit different. For instance:
- Drag files/folders onto the browser window and drop them. The likely use case there is uploading.
- Drag an element on the screen to another (valid) area of the screen. The likely use case is dragging cards from one column to another
- Drag the position of an element. The likely use case is dividers between different areas.
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