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New way to share content with account users to avoid content from being stopped.

New way to share content with account users to avoid content from being stopped.

Allow (even if it needs to be a paid feature) to play content from the same account (playlists, etc.) in at least two devices. It is extremely annoying to build music playlists with the entire family at home but when loading up the list in my car no one at home can play the music from the account. If we at least had the option of using the same account against multiple accounts with the family plan, while not ideal, it would solve this issue. Otherwise everything needs to be "shared" between accounts to avoid having to create identical playlists.


Best scenario would be to simply allow the same account to run in multiple designated and pre-approved devices by the account owner (even if it costs extra). If you already allow multiple accounts each with their own playlists, it should be easy to allow the same account to run at the same time using each authorized "license".

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Hey @TesLatino,


Thanks for posting on the Community and welcome!


We hope you don't mind us moving your post out of the ideas section to one of our Help boards as it fits better here. Apologizes for the late response.

That being said, currently (as you mentioned) the way to share a Premium subscription is through a Family or Duo plan, which are discount plans for family members who live together. You can always share the playlists you make on your account with others by sending them the link, and this doesn't duplicate the playlists on other accounts. You can also create collaborative playlists to let your family and friends add, remove, and reorder tracks on a same playlist.


On another note, keep in mind that your idea would require changing a subscription tier and we cannot influence those as per our guidelines. Additionally, as per our Term and Conditions, your account is for your personal use only and the logging details should be kept confidential. 


Hope this clears things up. If you have any questions or need anything else, the Community is here for you.

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