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Hey Rhaffaele,


There's multiple ways to do this. One would be to keep track of the order as the user drags them around. Another way is to just detect the order at the end (when they're submitting). It'd probably be good to use an ID for the parent instead, but you could do something like this one liner:


let answerOrder = [];
document.querySelector(".col").querySelectorAll(".tile").forEach(answer => answerOrder.push(answer.id));
// Do what you need to with answerOrder


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