Completion tracking is the most used feature of GrassBlade xAPI Companion. It can hide your mark complete button available under Lesson/Unit/Quiz and automatically completes it when the user completes the added xAPI Content.
To use completion tracking, you have to add few triggers in your GrassBlade LRS and then use completion tracking option in your xAPI Content.
Follow the step by step guide.
- GrassBlade xAPI Companion
- GrassBlade Cloud LRS (or GrassBlade LRS)
- LearnDash LMS or WP Courseware or LearnPress
Step 1: Setup Triggers in GrassBlade LRS
Passed and Completed triggers are enabled by default on GrassBlade LRS. However, make sure it’s enabled, and 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 the failed verb. [In GrassBlade xAPI Companion version 1.6 and above, failed or passed will also look at a configured passing percentage to decide completion.
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 the 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: Add Attempted/Launched Triggers in GrassBlade LRS
If you want course status to show “In Progress”, as soon as a user starts a content under that course. You can add an additional trigger for “attempted” verb. You might need to use “launched” or “initialized” verb if that is what your content is sending instead of “attempted” verb.
Please note that the Trigger URL, for this is different from completion Trigger URLs.
Type = POST to URL
Trigger URL = http://www.example.com/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=grassblade_xapi_track
(If WordPress URL is: http://www.example.com/)
Step 3: 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, “Completion Tracking”.
Select completion type as per the requirements to set Advanced Completion Behaviour.
Step 4: Add content to a page
Add your content to the lesson, topic, or quiz using the Gutenberg Blocks or Meta box on the right top of the edit page.
If you want the quiz scores to be passed back to reports, or if you want to award certificates based on quiz scores on xAPI Content (inside Articulate, iSpring, Captivate etc), you would need to make sure that the xAPI Content is added on a Quiz.
4(a). Adding Content with Available Gutenberg Blocks
To use Gutenberg blocks for adding xAPI Content in your LearnDash lesson, topic or quiz page, you must be using GrassBlade xAPI Companion v2.0.
4(b). Adding Content with Meta-Box
Step 5: Showing Results to Users
You can show results to users by enabling “Show Results to Users” in your xAPI Content page. See:
After this, users would see the results below the content:
On the Course page, you will see the Quiz, Lesson or Topic where you added the content is now checked and green:
NOTE: Go to this article if you face any issue: Completion Tracking Not Working
Still facing issues, feel free to contact us.