MyWraps actions for administrators

The Action button in the MyWraps toolbar opens the Action dropdown menu that lets you perform actions on the selected wraps.

Most of the Actions only appear in MyWraps if you are a Wrapsite administrator. Some actions are deactivated until you select at least one wrap in the list.

Screenshot of the Action menu in MyWraps

  • Create New Instance – Opens an empty instance of the Wrap template in your browser. If you save it, it is added as a new wrap.
  • Request Selected for Print to PDF 1 – Enques the selected wraps to be printed to PDF using the print-to-PDF settings. Manual PDF generation is available for Wraps generated with WrapCreator 10.8 or later. If you have any issues with PDF generation. you may want to convert the Wrap with the latest version of WrapCreator and test printing with the new version of the Wrap.
  • Request Selected for Recalculation 1 – A wrap job is created to recalculate the selected wraps using the most recent version of the Wrap template.
  • Request Selected for Admin Freeze 1 – When all work has been performed for a wrap, it is normally signed off and frozen in its final stage. Administrators can also freeze wraps without signing them. This can be useful when saving KPIs automatically, to ensure that KPI wraps for past periods are always frozen. The task is queued as a wrap job.
  • Request Export Selected Wraps 1 – The selected Wraps are queued for copying into a file for export. Uploaded media files are not included in the exported file. Any newly exported files appear at the top of the Wrap Exports screen as soon as they are available. Click on the Download button to download each file. You can open the exported file directly in Excel; read more about exporting wrap data to Excel. Exported wraps can be imported again using the Import button on the Wrap definitions page. Signatures and uploaded media files will not be imported.
  • Request Export Selected Wraps incl history 1 – This produces the same result as the option above but each instance is immediately followed by its editing history (if any) in descending order of the lastmodified timestamp.
  • Request Export All Wraps – This produces the same result as if you had selected all the wraps in the current view. Read more under Request Export Selected Wraps above.
  • Request Export All Wraps incl history – This produces the same result as the option above but each instance is immediately followed by its editing history (if any) in descending order of the lastmodified timestamp.
  • Delete All Instances – Enqueues all the wraps in the current view for deletion. You will then be taken to the server queue where you can follow the job that was created. A “delete all” job can be partly undone. Open the Server Queue, select the completed delete job, and perform the Undo action. This creates a new job that restores all the deleted wraps. Media files cannot be restored. When you delete wraps with media files, you may want to save the media files first, to be on the safe side if you need them later.
  • Delete Selected Instances 1 – Enqueues the selected wraps for deletion. You will then be taken to the server queue where you can follow the job that was created. Note: Deleting wraps is a very rare operation that you would normally do only during development and testing. If you delete a wrap by mistake, you can restore it again on the Administration dashboard. Media files cannot be restored. When you delete wraps with media files, you may want to save the media files first, to be on the safe side if you need them later.

1 This action is deactivated until you select at least one wrap in the list.