How do I edit my lineup with global player swap?

When should I use global player swap?

Global player swap allows you to quickly make late minute lineup changes in the event a player is scratched, or when updated news changes how you wish to construct your lineups.

You can edit your full roster as many times as you would like before the contest begins.  When in a late swap eligible contest, individual athletes in your roster can also be edited and swapped until the start of each player’s individual game. 

A locked player cannot be added or removed from a roster spot. Locked roster spots for all entries are displayed in contest game centers. In both late swap and non-late swap contests, players on opponent lineups will remain hidden until the players’ respective game start times.

For more information, please consult When do lineup entries and edits close?

Global player swap using the app:

  1. From the Home screen, select Global Player Swap.
  2. Choose a player from the list, or utilize the Player Search feature.
  3. To meet salary requirements for all lineups with the chosen player, only players with salaries equal to or lesser than the chosen player will be displayed in the Available Players list
  4. If a player is listed at multiple positions in your lineups (RB in lineup A and Flex in lineup B) you will need to switch them out for each individual position they fill.

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Global Player Swap using desktop:

  1. Select the Lineups tab in the lobby, or visit https://www.draftkings.com/lineup.
  2. Click the Swap Players button
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  3. Choose a player from the My Drafted Players area to the left.  A list of players eligible to be swapped will be displayed on the right.
  4. To meet salary requirements for all lineups with the chosen player, only players with salaries equal to or lesser than the chosen player will be displayed in the Available Players list
  5. If a player is listed at multiple positions in your lineups (RB in lineup A and Flex in lineup B) you will need to switch them out for each individual position they fill.

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