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desr all.

I have a problem.

I have two accounts wit iTunes a private one and one for work.

I would like to have access to all my music on my work account as well.

I saved th songs I wanted and try to import them. My system only takes parts of the songs for one of the other reason ( example it takes 6 out of 1 songs from for example a Coldplay album)

can someone help me?

Maybe there is an easier way.


Marc

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Nov 18, 2017 4:54 PM in response to MVanIngelgem In response to MVanIngelgem

Greetings MVanIngelgem,

Thank you for using Apple Support Communities. It seems like you want to listen to you Apple Music using a different Apple ID. If these songs that you are trying to listen to were purchased, you can use Family Sharing and invite your other Apple ID so it can listen to your purchases. If these are songs you streamed or downloaded from Apple Music, you will need a Family Membership for another Apple ID to listen to those songs. I would recommend you read these articles and use them to help troubleshoot the issue.​

Use your own Apple ID for Family Sharing

With Family Sharing, your family members can share iTunes, iBooks, and App Store purchases, an Apple Music family membership, and more.​

If you don't see your family's shared content


Take care.

Nov 18, 2017 4:54 PM

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Nov 19, 2017 7:18 AM in response to mario49 In response to mario49

Dear Sir,




Thank you for this update.


I have tried this but I still have a problem.


My personal Itunes is only used on my laptop and apple TV.


I have sent a request from my work phone to have this organized, but my phone keeps saying request needs to be confirmed.


I received a link to follow on my mail (MMS) when I open than it says that I already am head of this family but I see no possibility to accept.


Can I send the request from my private Itunes ( so not from a phone but from my laptop? I work in windows unfortunately by the way?




Marc




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Greetings MVanIngelgem,


Thank you for using Apple Support Communities. It seems like you want to listen to you Apple Music using a different Apple ID. If these songs that you are trying to listen to were purchased, you can use Family Sharing and invite your other Apple ID so it can listen to your purchases. If these are songs you streamed or downloaded from Apple Music, you will need a Family Membership for another Apple ID to listen to those songs. I would recommend you read these articles and use them to help troubleshoot the issue.​



Use your own Apple ID for Family Sharing <https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204976>



With Family Sharing <https://support.apple.com/kb/HT201060> , your family members can share iTunes, iBooks, and App Store purchases, an Apple <https://support.apple.com/kb/HT205595> Music family membership, and more.​


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Nov 19, 2017 11:00 AM in response to MVanIngelgem In response to MVanIngelgem

Hey MVanIngelgem,

Thanks for the update. If you want to send the invite from iTunes, this article shows the steps to create, invite, and join Family Sharing. The requirements need both using iOS 8 and later or OS X Yosemite and later. You may be able to accept the invite from the same device using the other Apple ID.


On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

  1. Go to Settings > [your name] > Family Sharing. If you're using iOS 10.2 or earlier, go to Settings > iCloud > Family.
  2. Tap Add Family Member.
  3. Enter your family member's name or email address and follow the onscreen instructions.
  4. If you’re using iOS 11 or later, choose whether you’d like to send an invitation via Messages or to invite them in person. Then follow the onscreen instructions.

On your Mac:

  1. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click iCloud.
  2. Click Manage Family.
  3. Click +, then follow the onscreen instructions.

If your family member is with you, they can enter their Apple ID password on your device to accept the invitation.

Set up Family Sharing


Cheers.

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