1. JavaScript SDK
  2. Events

Tolstoy’s player uses window.postMessage() to post event from the embedded iframe to the parent hosting site, for more information see Window.postMessage()

Example of using an event:

window.addEventListener("message", (message) => {
  if (message.data.name === "tolstoyStarted") {
    console.log("Tolsoty Started", message.data);
  }
});

All events will send the event name in the name attribute, In addition all events will send:

  • accountId - Your account ID
  • projectId - Your project ID
  • videoName - The name of the first video
  • anonymousId - Viewer ID

Events

tolstoyStarted

Tolstoy Started - Start button clicked for the first time

tolstoyAnswerClicked

Answer Button Clicked - One of the question’s answers was clicked

  • text: The text content of the clicked answer

tolstoyInputSubmit

Free Text Submit - The free text form was submitted

  • text: The free text form or date picker form was submitted

tolstoyLeadFormSubmit

Lead Form Submit - One of the steps in the lead form was submitted

  • email (Nullable) - The email that the user submitted
  • name (Nullable) - The name that the user submitted
  • phone (Nullable) - The phone number that the user submitted
  • customFields (Nullable) - A list of the custom fields that you’ve added to the form (each object has the custom key and the user’s input value)

tolstoyReachedEnd

Tolsoty Ended - The user completed to watch the tolstoy and reached the end