Using GrassBlade Completion Tracking With LearnDash

NOTE: Go to this article if you face any issue: Completion Tracking Not Working

 

Step 1: Enable Passed and Completed Triggers in GrassBlade LRS 

Passed and Completed completion triggers are enabled by default on GrassBlade LRS. However, make sure its enabled, and that your WordPress URL is configured correctly.

If you want failed statements to also mark the lessons as completed, you will need to create an additional trigger for failed.  

If WordPress URL is: http://www.example.com/
Trigger URL will be: http://www.example.com/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=grassblade_completion_tracking

If it doesn't work, try using the WordPress URL as Trigger URL. One or the other may or may not work depending on theme and plugins you are using on the site. If you are using a plugin that restricts the entire website including ajax url without login, Triggers may not work. Make sure you include http:// or https:// in the url.

 

Step 2: Enable Completion Tracking on your xAPI Content

Go to xAPI Content section in your WordPress. Add or Edit the content you want to enable completion tracking for. Tick the checkbox that says, "Enable Completion Tracking" EnableCompletionTracking

Step 3: Add your content using metabox instead of shortcode

Add your content to LearnDash lesson, topic, or quiz using the meta box on the right top of the edit page. If you want the quiz scores to be passed back to LearnDash reports, or if you want to award certificates based on Tin Can quiz scores, you would need to make sure that the Tin Can content is added on a LearnDash Quiz.  

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NOTE: Go to this article if you face any issue: Completion Tracking Not Working

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