Yeah, workspaces are pretty cool, but why is there a limit for workspaces? Couldn't it be just like opening tabs? (you can open as many as your PC can handle, right?)
By the way, my friend has multiple Microsoft Teams accounts, but Teams won't let two accounts log in from the same browser, and sadly Workspaces don't enable this "different session" feature...
I also have issues with the poor Google way of linking stuff. I have 3 accounts, one is my main, the other is for "business" and the third is for university stuff. I have meetings in the third account. Google always open it in the main account. If workspaces were different sessions, this wouldn't be a problem.
It would be nice to open a Workspace as a different session/cache/everything (if enabled somehow). Moving tabs could ask for "do you want to copy and reload with workspace session data or move and reload?" being one cloning the tab keeping the page saved in current workspace (so you don't lose stuff accidentally) and the other copy link, close tab and load on the other workspace.
For now he is using Edge because each personal account has its data, so he can login on multiple microsoft stuff at the same time. I'm using Edge for meeting and Opera for common stuff... ;-;