About the Unit Conversions screen

IMPORTANT: You must have the Manage Unit Conversions permission to access the Unit Conversions screen. For more information, read About roles and permissions.

The Unit Conversions screen displays all conversion profiles uploaded to your instance of Surpass. In this screen, you can upload conversion profiles, which are used to convert units across a large number of items.

This article explains how to navigate the Unit Conversions screen, including how to download existing conversion profiles.

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Navigating to the Unit Conversions screen

You can find the Unit Conversions screen in Item Authoring.

The Unit Conversions screen displays all conversion profiles uploaded to your instance of Surpass. Refer to the following table for more information on each column in the Unit Conversions grid.

Column Description
Unit Conversion Profile Name Displays the name of the conversion profile.
Number of Rules Displays the number of rules in the conversion profile.
Number of Units Displays the number of units in the conversion profile.
Context One Displays the number of conversion terms in the Context One column of the conversion profile.
Context Two Displays the number of conversion terms in the Context Two column of the conversion profile.
Last Edited By Displays the name of the user who last edited the conversion profile.
Last Edited At Displays the date on which the conversion profile was last edited.
Download Allows users to download the conversion profile.

Finding conversion profiles

You can use the free text search bar to find a conversion profile.

Select any column header to sort the columns in the grid in ascending or descending order.

Uploading a conversion profile

Select Upload Profile to upload a conversion profile. For more information, read Uploading a conversion profile.

Downloading a conversion profile

Select Download to download the conversion profile to your device.

Further reading

To learn more about working in Unit Conversions, read the following articles to learn more: