Track Activity in Web Object for Trigger

I have a course that links to a web survey. Currently, when learners click the button, it launches the survey and shows a hidden layer. In Articulate Review, the survey launches in a new tab of the same browser instance. When the learner closes the survey, they are back in the course and can take the next action.

However, in our LMS, the course launches in a new window and the survey launches as a new tab in the original browser window. When the learner closes the survey, the course window is behind the original browser window. I've spoken with our LMS team and it would be a global change to let the course and the survey launch in the same browser window.

As a workaround, I am trying to embed the site as a web object - which works. But the user has to click the submit button on the survey and then click the next button on the slide. My client wants to eliminate the second click.

I looked for a way to set a trigger on the web object, but it doesn't appear that is an option. Is there any way for the course to know when the learner completes and submits the survey in the web object?

I'm thinking javascript might work but have no idea where to start.


Thank you,

Bryan

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