Whats so difficult about multi account in that AFAIK no client does support multi account?

I mean I get that Element does not support it, they focus on the Slack usecase. But what about all does client made for nerds? Does nobody of them need/want multiple accounts in one client?

@jr
I was looking for that for a while and then I settled by having one account on the official element app and another using #Schildichat, works for me but I do agree the ability to switch accounts, even just from home/work use case should be given more importance.

@rmdes I have three matrix accounts.... and slowly I'm running out of good desktop clients.... I don't understand why it seems to not have any priority in the matrix community.... or maybe there is a blocking constraint in how the Matrix protocol works?

@jr
@rmdes

It's just because client devs doesn't seem to see the benefits. The protocol has no problem with it.

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@benkuly @rmdes

but why don't they all see any benifits? Don't they have seperate accounts for work and private use for example? As I'm coming from I expected it to be a really common usecase. Almost anyone on XMPP has at least two accounts and nearly every client does support multi account there....

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@jr
@rmdes

I can only speak for me:
I have one account for my Jobs and Hobbys. Don't like to switch the context multiple times a day and to have multiple "identities". And with Spaces I have a way to organize it and ignore e. g. stuff from work.

@benkuly @rmdes I have a work account on a non federating server owned by the company I work for, because of GDPR an stuff. So I really need to have a second account for private use which is on a server that does federate...

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