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I am surprised that none of the many tools I just tested offers this functionality.
See this image for comprehension: enter image description here

The user is supposed to be able to make any of the cards a category.
Anyone have a suggestion?

(Of course a test in real world would be better, but the requirement ist web-based)

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    Hi Big_Chair. What is your question? Are you asking if something like this exists? How to implement something like this? – Tory Nov 10 '16 at 17:15
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    Traditional card sorts do not provide the instruction that a participant can "make any of the cards a category", which is why you are not finding tools that support the functionality. A card sort either (1) asks the user to define categories themselves, or (2) provides defined categories for the participant to sort into. – Evil Closet Monkey Nov 10 '16 at 17:20
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    as @EvilClosetMonkey says, this isn't sorting, it's nesting. – Confused Nov 11 '16 at 6:05
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I recommend Optimal Workshop. This is a screenshot of their card sorting tool (Called Optimal Sort)

Here is a screenshot of the tool: enter image description here

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