How to Add Family Members to Apple Music

One of the advantages of Apple Music Family sharing is that you can create profiles for your family members which allows everyone to create their playlists without interfering with another person’s music. Apple Music Family is connected to iOS family sharing meaning that you need an iCloud account to use it.

Apple Music Family Membership

Family subscriptions need you to set up Family Sharing using a supported device. The person who sets up the Family Sharing becomes the family organizer. After doing this, you can add new people by inviting them to your family group.

How to Add Family Members to Apple Music

  1. Go to Settings from your Home Display, scroll down to the iCloud subcategory, select Set Up Family Sharing, then select Get Started.
  2. Confirm your choice to being the family organizer. (Ensure you have signed in with your Apple ID).
  3. Follow the directions on your screen to create the Family Sharing Group. Invite family member to join your group.
  4. Follow the Settings application from your Home Display. Go to iCloudFamily > Add Family Member. Input your family member’s e-mail ID.
  5. Your family member will receive an e-mail with directions concerning joining the group. After sending the invite, you can check its status by following these steps. SettingsiCloud > Family on your iOS device.
  6. Select setup Family Sharing > Get Started > Validate your choice as the family organizer. (Ensure you are signed in with your Apple ID).
  7. Follow the instructions on your screen to set-up the grouped family sharing Group, request your loved ones People to become listed on The Group
  8. Start the Settings program out of your Home Display, Head to iCloudFamily > Add relative.
  9. Enter your family member’s members e-mail ID and name. Your family member will be sent an e-mail with instructions how to join the combined group.
  10. Once you’ve delivered the invitation, you can check its position by entering Adjustments > iCloud > Family on your iOS device.

How Do I Add Family Members To Apple Music for PC Or Mac?

  1. Go to iTunes.
  2. Select Music on the upper left side of your screen, click For You at the top of the iTunes window.
  3. Click Sign In, then change to a Family subscription. If you had used a trial version, tap the trial offer.
  4. Select Get Started, then click the Family option.
  5. Enter the Apple ID and password that you use with the iTunes Store. If you don’t have an Apple ID, click Create Account.

This will allow you to:

  • Choose any genre or artist you
  • See what your friends are listening to.
  • Get notifications with release new music
  • Family members already set up in Family Sharingcan access Apple Music.
  • The family organizer can invite their friends or relatives to join Family Sharing.
  • If you have Apple Music subscription as an Individual, renewal is automatically canceled when they join the Family Sharing.

Apple Music Family Sharing For Android

  1. Download the app from Google Play
  2. Open the Apple Music. If you can’t see the app then tap the menu icon in the upper-left, then select For You.
  3. Enter the Apple ID and password that you use with the iTunes Store. If you don’t have an Apple ID, click Create Account.

Apple Music Family Sharing Not Working

Is you Apple Music app acting up? Here are some quick tricks for you to get it back and running.

  • If some songs present an issue just redownload them and see if the issue persists.
  • Restart your device or force restart it.
  • Refresh your connection by toggling off and back on again to Apple iCloud Music Library.
  • Close the Music App and any other apps that play music.
  • Reset your network settings.
  • Close high-quality streaming
  • Turn off LTE and Mobile Data and connect by WiFi or the opposite.
  • Try deleting the Apple Music app and then reinstalling it.

Hopefully you find this article beneficial and helpful. If any issue persists, just contact the Apple Team who will help you out.

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