In order to provide more information I am explaining you with more pictures with actual functional scenario. I am creating internal ticketing support system where super admin can able to see list of fellow admin people and number of tickets raised by staffs in the organization. His main work is he has to assign tickets to admin people those who can able to solve the issues. For this purpose I am currently designing the application with drag and drop functionality without having many clicks as much as possible.
As you can see in the below image, I am having list of admin people in Column A. In Column B, the application loads the tickets which are recently raised by staffs from their respective (user) consoles.
Super admin can select admin users based on their skill set and drag them and drop on 'Tickets' hotspots which are listed out in Column B.
Here is the challenge I am facing. As you can see in the above illusion, super admin is dragging the 4 selected admin people in order to assign some tickets. Even though we can drag more than 1 list items from column A by using Checkboxes that can be ended up dropping them into single hotspot let's say only on 'Ticket No. #2456' or anyone ticket in Column B.
Bottom line is, Super admin can select more than one people and assign only one ticket to them in this interaction concept. All I need to do is, I want to assign more than 1 ticket, and it does means 5 or 6 or sometimes 10 tickets listed out in Column B. How that can be possible?
Everybody knows that we can drag more than one by using check boxes or CTRL + CLICK, but drop them only on one hot spot. But I want to drop them into more than one spot in single shot without affecting the user experience. Anyone can help me out to bring an idea to get resolve this? Is there any design concept work around to get that done?