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How do I add the same ssh key to 2 workspaces?

I have access to 2 workspaces made by the same person, and I want to be able to auth with ssh into both of them, but when I try to add the ssh key to the second workspace it tells me that `Someone has already added that SSH key.`, can I somehow add the same key to both workspaces so that I don't have to juggle 2 keys (or even more if the person adds me to more workspaces)?

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Karthick S Atlassian Team Apr 05, 2022

Hello @blucky

Welcome to the community!

Currently, it is not possible to use the same SSH key across multiple workspaces. We do have a feature request requesting this functionality which you can check below: 

I hope this helps!

Kind regards,
Karthick S

that's unfortunate, are there any known workarounds for that for now except juggling multiple keys?

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