I could definitely see a benefit to Spotify making it where x number of devices is permitted at one time on a family plan, even if multiple are the same username. My house now has a lot of Amazon Echo Dots connected to speakers/speaker systems and everyone is constantly telling them to play certain things in different rooms. Since the dots are tied to my amazon account it is only using my spotify account and thus everyone is having their music cut off from one another.
Yes I agree, we have the same problem. I just upgraded to Family Premium expecting that I could now play my music when I'm on the move without stopping the Amazon Echo at home but thats not the case. So I need to maintain a separate account for Echo and for myself even though I want to use the same playlists so I'll need to remember to keep sharing the playlists. Even more irritating is I like to start off music on the Echo and then manage the playlist on my phone but if I'm logged in a separate account I'll need to keep logging out and back in again. Would be good for Spotify to sort this out please!
Hello this is an immense scam. I am amazed. you guys at spotify have to solve this **bleep**Y PROBLEM ASAP. you are fooling customers like this to receive a few more box. and the family package is super advertised. and the info is totally misleading
you should be processed for this super scam.
shame on you!!!!
THERE IS NO MULTIPLE DEVICE PLAYING IN YOUR HOUSE AND FOR YOUR FAMILY.
no OFF LINE. no download... just a lot of problems and no result. consumers should be aware.
Can two users on different devices, listen to the same playlist at the same time? I.E. Can user Sarah and user John, both listen to the "rock" playlist that John created under his account, at the same time? I appreciate the help!!
Re: Family Premium multiple devices playing own music simultaneously