@tjohnson4 What's broken about it? What are you seeing? Just tested in Chrome and I am able to leave rooms
I've been reading docs and googling with no joy. I have multiple accounts in GitHub and Twitter.
1) Can we login to a single client app with more than one account simultaneously, without logging out of one to login to another?
2) Or, can we run multiple instances of Gitter client apps simultaneously under different accounts?
3) Or, can we specify an account at launch without having to login manually with a password each time? Then the pattern would be to launch with account1, close, launch for account2, etc..
I can work with code to create a solution if required. I'm just not yet aware of details related to maintaining separate OAuth tokens, or if there are existing utilities for swapping environment settings, etc. Thanks!
@TonyGravagno There isn't a way to sign in with multiple accounts simultaneously in the UI. Feel free to create an issue, https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/webapp/issues
If you're using a browser, you can just use multiple browser instances(Chrome profiles for example) or separate browsers.
To sign in quickly without password, you can do
https://gitter.im/?access_token=xxx where the
access_token you can get from doing
window.troupeContext.accessToken in the devtools
Is there a way to add activity notifications for all github repos in an organisation?
I think you could take one webhook (created when you create a manual Gitter integration with GitHub) and add it to all repositories that you'd like to listen on. I haven't tried it but I think it should work.
If I add a github integration for a repository twice, will the activity be reported twice?
I think so, yes.
should i add maybe a github integration for each repo, so rather list like 20 integrations each adding activity notifications for a single repo?
If I understand the question correctly, you are asking whether to use one Gitter webhook(integration) for all your repositories or one webhook for each repository. I would recommend the latter, but both should work.
We have some documentation for setting up an integration for a GitHub org manaully: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/webapp/-/blob/develop/docs/integrations.md#per-organisation