When you start a late swap build on SaberSim, you'll see a contest menu open up in the build settings. And this allows you to control which contests and entries you want to swap in this particular late swap build. This would allow you to vary your different contests and late swap them separately with different settings for each particular contest. Now, first of all, if you're playing both GPP and cash games, you should always separate these out and late swap them separately since for cash games, it's always optimal to swap on 0, 0, 0 sliders. We would otherwise though, generally recommend you group all of your other GPP contests together and late swap them all at once. Now, there is a massive edge in late swapping at all. So don't worry too much about swapping single entry contests at 20 max settings, for example. Just pick a midpoint set of settings that works for all of your different contests and swap all of your GPPs together.
For example, if you're playing a bunch of single entries and 3 max and 20 max and 150 max, all with different sizes, a midpoint setting to use might be the 20 max, 10 to 50K, or 1,000 to 10,000 entrance. The main reason we recommend this is time and efficiency. Late swaps are typically time-sensitive, especially in sports like NBA and NFL, where news breaks late and can significantly change the slate. The most efficient way to take advantage of this new information and get your late swaps in in time is to group all of your GPPs together and late swap them all at once in the same build. If you have time or you want to late swap your lineup separately, you can just use these check boxes to tell us which entries you want to late swap in that build. For example, I can uncheck the 20 max here and select single entry settings and late swap only my single entry lineup.
A good way to break up your contests if you want to go this direction is to break up your contests into the same buckets you use to build them before luck. If you're interested in learning more about the rest of the lineup-building process on SaberSim, check out some of the other videos in our support documentation. In the meantime, thanks and good luck.