iCloud seemed like a decent deal now, so even though I have Google Drive, Box and Dropbox (5TB plan I subscribed to it. I added my girlfriend's iPhone (separate iCloud account) to my iCloud ID as Family, expecting the extra drive space to become available to her device. Imagine my surprise when I realized that iCloud Drive is NOT part of the family sharing ecosystem. The whole scheme is very misleading and rather id!otic: you can share apps, etc., but not drive space. So, there is really no point to getting iCloud drive, which cannot be shared with other Family users. It's easier and obviously cheaper to stick to something like Dropbox or Google Drive and just share with whomever you want to share with. Apple is either too greedy for its own good, or it has no clue. I am about to cancel my iCloud Drive subscription. Is there something I am missing about this?