Family Sharing allows you to share your viewing access with up to six members of your family. In your household, one adult, known as the family organizer, asks other family members to participate in the family group and agrees to pay for any purchases made by other members of the family group. Family Sharing cannot be activated straight from the Apple TV application.
What You Need
- Check to see whether you have an Apple TV+ subscription.
- Make sure you have Family Sharing enabled on your Apple account.
- Family Sharing may be expanded by adding additional family members.
- Check to see if Apple TV+ is set to allow for Family Sharing.
- Family members should be invited to sign into Apple TV+.
- Is it possible to share Apple TV with another Apple ID that is not a member of your family?
What is Apple TV Plus Family Sharing?
It is possible to share your Apple TV+ membership with up to five other people and watch up to six simultaneous streams with the Family Sharing feature. APPLE TV PLUS FAMILY SHARING: HOW DO I CONFIGURE IT?
How to add family members to Apple TV+ on iPhone?
In the event that you do not see Apple TV+ listed under YOUR CHANNELS, check to see if Family Sharing has been properly configured on your device.Step #1: Launch the Settings app and then choose your Apple ID profile from the drop-down menu.Step #2: Select the Family Sharing option.
Step #3: Select ″Add Family Member″ from the drop-down menu.The fourth step is to decide how you want your family member or acquaintance to attend the event.
Household Sharing allows up to six members of a single family to share an Apple TV+ subscription while still preserving their own Apple IDs if they have the feature enabled.
How does family sharing work on Apple devices?
In your home, one adult, known as the family organizer, asks other family members to join the group and agrees to pay for any purchases made on the iTunes Store or the App Store by members of the group. It is important to note that Family Sharing, which works across all of your Apple devices, is distinct from multiuser switching on Apple TV.