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I recently upgrade my Spotify account to 'Premium for Family'.
Mainly, so I'll be able to listen to my music on my office computer while Amazon Echo at the kitchen or my wife at the car can listen to whatever they like.
So , I managed to put separate accounts to my wife and daugher's.
However, How can I separate the Amazon Echo / Alexa to have a completely separate account (like a family member) ??
Tried some ways , nothing works....
So when the family listens to music at home, I put youtube to listen to music at my office.... I purchased Premium Family exactly for this reason.
Hey there @itaishemesh,
Thanks for getting in touch with us 🙂
It sounds like your Spotify account is connected to the Alexa app and this causes the confusion, we'd suggest you go ahead and try the steps below to disconnect your Spotify account from the speaker.
Then your wife or your daughter can connect their accounts to the device and play their favorite jams. That way, you can also enjoy your music uninterpreted.
Don't worry. You can always reconnected your account or any other account.
Keep in mind that only one Spotify account can control the music with voice commands within the same Amazon account.
It's possible to add other Spotify accounts to the same Amazon account, but these won't be able to use voice commands.
Alternatively you can use Connect in order to play music through Alexa. You can check these steps on how to do it.
Hope this was helpful for you. If you have questions, you know where to find us.