Events

Subscribe to JS events from your Tolstoy Widget or Embedded Player
Tolstoy’s player uses “window.postMessage()” to post event from the embedded iframe to the parent hosting site, for more information:

Example of using an event:

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

Tolstoy Ended - The user completed to watch the Tolstoy and reached the end
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tolstoyModalClose

Tolstoy Closed - The user clicked on the X of the Tolstoy Player
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