No, each person should use it's own iCloud account.
It's still very buggy, my account (organiser) works perfectly fine. My wife's account is attached to mine through family sharing but Music barely works with hers, I have to reboot her mac each hour and logout and relog into iTunes 3-4 times before it works.
That works for a while, strangely enough I now got it to work on my wife's iPhone (after reinstalling it twice) and it worked on her Mac earlier today, but now it's back at the subscription question again ...Works fine for me as the organiser ... wondering if I need to remove them and add them back to family sharing.?
This thread has me a little leery of doing this but here is what I am thinking. My Son and I want to split the cost of Apple music so I will sign up for a family plan and share with him.
However I have not used Family sharing before and not sure how it works, can we only use it for Apple Music or will he also share all of my apps and such?
Thanks for that, so how does that work, will he still be able to buy apps using his own iTunes account? Also as far as using the family plan for apple music will we be "sharing" the likes, dislikes and the "for You" tab?Unfortunately its for all things shared. I too wish they would have a separate family setup that was just for music.
Strange, on the iMac at home it works flawless now, without her signing up for a separate Family trial.so ... it took 2 hours and I was told I have to sign up for a Family trial on all the accounts that want to share ... gulp! hope I don't get charged 3 times!
Really? Now that makes no sense. in 90 days its gonna magically work..... haha
Ha ha ... yeah ... my thought too ... but it seems a lot of people are being this issue, but not all.
I have evolved the card, turned off auto renew and kept the chat transcript so when it all goes the way of the pear in 3 months.... i have proof that I was advised to do this and was told I would not be charged 3 times per month!!!