You can enable caching for logged in users. If you enable it, by default Swift Performance will generate separate cache for all users.

If you delete a user, Swift Performance will delete user’s cache as well.

Shared Logged in Cache

You can enable Shared Logged in Cache (which is recommended). In that case Swift Performance won’t generate separate cache for all users, but will serve the public cache for logged in users as well.

It is recommended to use for webshops, blogs, etc, where not cacheable pages (like cart, checkout, my account) won’t be cached at all, but other pages are exactly the same for all users.

You can enable Merge Assets for Logged in Users separately. Please note it is recommended to use only very rare cases, and always should be used with enabled Caching for Logged in Users, but not with Shared Logged in Cache