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Are there any objective reasons to choose one of the below options?

I don't know whether to go with drag image here, drop image here, or drag and drop image here?

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closed as primarily opinion-based by Evil Closet Monkey, Shreyas Tripathy, Midas, locationunknown, Charles Wesley Oct 13 '17 at 20:29

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Use the least amount of wording while still giving clear instructions.

Drag image here or Select Image

Maximum filesize: 2mb, allowed files: .jpeg, .png, .gif.

Its important to also give the user the option to browse his files instead of using drag & drop.

Also display the maximum file size and if you only allow a limited datatype tell the user too, so he knows before trying to upload a 10mb file and getting an error.

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For me "Drag image here" means you dragging an image in the area, can bew misleading, but of course it depends on the audience, and since they know what's drag n drop it wont be problematic. Maybe "Drop image here" would be better, but i think both can work.

Or you can achieve this from another perspective:
"Add Images
Drag and drop area ///smaller font and lighter color but still visible/

Select image"

Google Drive interaction message when trying to do the D&D is (draging any file over the interface):
"Drop files to upload them".
In case of empty state their message is:
"Drop files here
or use the "New" button".

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