Since you can only have one personal account per integration in Marker.io and because Clubhouse's API tokens are scoped to workspaces, it is currently only possible to use a personal account with a single Clubhouse workspace.
However, there is a workaround that you can use to still be able to use Marker.io to create stories in different Clubhouse workspaces. Here's how to do it.
First, let's assume that you have already connected a personal account in Marker.io using a Clubhouse API token that you have generated within Workspace A. You can already create destinations linked to projects from Workspace A and report to them. To setup Marker.io with Workspace B, follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Go to Workspace B in Clubhouse and generate a new API token.
Step 2: In Marker.io, delete your personal Clubhouse account.
Step 3: Add your new personal Clubhouse account in Marker.io using the new API token from step 1.
Step 4: You can now create a new destination by selecting a project from Workspace B.
You can now report in the new Workspace B project. Of course, the caveat is that the team account name will be used when mentioning the reporter, but this is the only way to work with Marker.io and multiple Clubhouse workspaces for the time being.
You might also have to set up the destinations from workspace A to use the main destination account to keep reporting to them since you have now removed the initial personal account linked to that workspace:
Obviously, nothing changes for guest reporters since you have to use a team account to allow your guests to report anyway.
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