TS5223 can I have multiple users use one apple account?

can I have multiple users use one apple account?

I interpreted his post to mean that he meant multiple human users, not multiple devices.  Hopefully, he'll clarify.

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  • How can I have multiple users on one apple id?

    How can I have multiple users on one apple ID?
    ie: I have my apple ID with my own credit, how can I set up credit for my son under the same apple ID, so that he can still access the same apps I've already downloaded and paid for?

    I've been trying to figure out a clean way to do this too. I think you may need more than one Apple ID – one that is shared and used to purchase "sharable" items and then "individual" Apple IDs for you and your son. That's the idea that I'm pursuing for the moment.
    It seems that there must be a way to do this, App Store purchases for the Mac are licensed across multiple machines. iPhone app purchases have "all your devices" licensing. Makes me think that Apple has a process in mind for sharing an account (or associating a device with multiple accounts).
    Other things I've learned:
    - Apparently you can't merge Apple ID accounts. I asked about this once at an Apple Store and was told that there was no way to do it.
    - If you share an Apple ID the Messages app behaves in a somewhat surprising manner. It must use your Apple ID to decide where messages should be sent because all users get all messages. This can make it very hard to organize a surprise party :-)

  • Can you have multiple users on one apple Id and utilize iCloud?

    My family shares an apple Id and we each have multiple Apple devices. When we use iCloud we "cross pollinate" each others devices with contacts, calendar events, etc.  is it possible to manage multiple users on one apple Id with iCloud activated or are separate ID's required?

    iCloud isn't designed as a multi-user service. Either you all have the same ID, and all your data is available to everyone, or you all have separate IDs and keep your data separate. You can share calendars, so that for example you could all have your own calendars but have one which is common to everyone:
    http://help.apple.com/icloud/#mm6b1a9479
    If you want to share contacts you will have to do it manually. If you want to do file transfer you will have to find a third-party alternative.

  • Can you have multiple users for one account?

    Can you have multiple users for one account? if so how do you set it up.
    We are using it for our department and it would be great to see who created what form instead of it being all one name.

    Each person should have their own account. You can easily share the forms with other people in your department. You will be able to see who the author of the form is.
    More information on how to share :
    http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-2462
    Information on how to copy a forms to a different account :
    http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1390
    Hope this helps
    Gen

  • Can I have multiple devices on one iCloud account

    can I have multiple devices on one iCloud account? Like a iPad and Mac Book Pro
    If so how can I do this?

    Sure. That is what iCloud is meant for, so you can keep your devices synced.
    When you set up iCloud on the devices, use the same Apple ID on all devices, then the iCloud account will be the same.
    see this page:   http://help.apple.com/icloud/#/mmfc0f1e2a

  • Can you have multiple ipods under one itune accounts on one computer same log in

    i have nurmeous ipods and iphones and i have 4 different log ins on my computer for them can i have them all under one log in without resyncing and putting songs and pictures on each one???

    "How to use multiple iPods with one computer" http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=300432

  • Multiple users on one apple account.  How can I see which devices were used to purchase apps?

    I share my apple account with my three children.  Inappropriate apps were purchased.  Everyone denied making the purchase.  Is there anyway I can find out which device made these purchases?

    If only one of them purchased the app(s), wouldn't it only be on that one device (plus the computer's iTunes library if you have automatic downloads turned on)?

  • Can I have multiple users on one account?

    I work for an Athletics Department at a California Community College and I am wondering if the department can all use the FormsCentral account with different log-in accounts.

    It's not currently possible to split an account, all content will remain tied to the account that originally bought/downloaded it. You can try leaving feedback for Apple, and maybe at some point it will be possible : http://www.apple.com/feedback/

  • HT204053 can you have multiple devices on one apple id?

    i ahve added a new iphone to may wireless account but both phones are now using the same apple id.

    Not sure what your question is? You can have multiple devices signed on to the same Apple ID. Do you have any other questions concerning that?
    Cheers,
    GB

  • HT4847 Can I have multiple users's family devices backed up to the cloud e.g. 2 iPhones and 2 iPads under the same iTunes account

    Just got a second iPad for the home.
    Can I have multiple users's family devices backed up to the cloud e.g. 2 iPhones and 2 iPads under the same iTunes account?

    Yes, but it's not usually recommended to share an iCloud account within a family.  If you do, any data you sync with iCloud will be merged and you, for example, will end up with each other's contacts and calendars on your devices.  Also, any action taken on one device (such as adding or deleting a contact) will be replicated on the other devices.  You will also all be sharing the same 5GB of free storage for all your data and device backups.
    Normally it's best to use separate iCloud accounts for each person's devices.  This will keep your data separated, and allow each person to have their own free 5GB of storage.  You can continue to share the same iTunes ID within the family; the ID you use for iCloud does not need to be the same as the one your use for iTunes purchasing.  (Each person should also use a separate ID on their devices for iMessage and FaceTime to avoid getting each other's text messages and FaceTime calls.)

  • How can I have multiple users on iTunes (in order to connect to a shared office iPad)?

    How can I have multiple users on iTunes (in order to connect to a shared office iPad)? Currently each of us has our own iTunes account, so I've made an "all office" Apple ID. However, I can't seem to get two different accounts (my personal and the office) to work on my machine. Even when I login as "the office", my personal library is still showing. Additionally, when I try to setup with a first-time use in iTunes, I get an error that I don't meet the minimum age requirement - no matter what birthdate I enter!

    The library exists regardless of which user is logged in.
    The only way around that is to create different user accounts on the computer.
    There is no way to have 20 unique iTunes users access a shared iTunes under a single login on the computer.

  • Since  I have multiple users of my itunes account, is it possible to redeem a giftcard where only myiphone can access the redeemed money?

    Since I have multiple users of my itunes account, is it possible to redeem a giftcard where only my iphone can access the redeemed money?

    Yes, you can use another server for .ibooks format.  You can also directly email it if your system can take the size.

  • Can you have multiple users for your ipad

    can you have multiple users on your iPad

    We do. We each sign in our out with our own Apple ID's and we can share the same iPad that way.

  • How do I have multiple users on one itunes?

    I have one computer and 3 ipods. I pay for all the downloads on my childrens ipods, but I am having difficulty on connecting and using all 3 ipods. Does anyone have any suggestions on the best way to do this?

    When the iPods belong to different people, there are basically three ways of using multiple iPods on a computer and these involve:
    a) Sharing a single iTunes library
    b) Creating Multiple Libraries in a single user account
    c) Creating multiple user accounts.
    Note: When you are sharing an iTunes library, you don't have to set each iPod to update in the same manner, you can mix and match from the options below as each iPod has it's own update settings
    Sharing a Library and/or User Account
    If you want to share the one library, you can set either or all of the iPods so that they only get updated with only certain playlists (you can update from more than one if you wish): iPod - Syncing Music
    Choosing the update option "Sync Music - Selected playlists" allows you to create a playlist specifically for the iPod and drag the tracks you want into it. If you tire of the list and want to change it, you just add or remove the songs you don't want. The ones you take out out remain in the library to be used some other time if you choose. You can read more about playlists at these links:
    iTunes: Creating playlists of your favorite songs
    How to create a Smart Playlist with iTunes
    Or you can choose to update any or all of the iPods manually and just drag whatever content you want to them: Managing content manually on iPod
    Loading the iPod shuffle differs slightly but it can still be used with the others, for details have a look at this page:
    Adding songs to iPod shuffle - Windows
    Multiple Libraries
    It's also possible to have multiple libraries in a single account. To create or access a second (or more) library, hold down the Option key (or Shift key in Windows) when launching iTunes 7. In the resulting dialogue you will get the option to create a new library or navigate to the other Library.
    Note: You can only have one Library open at a time and iTunes will default to the last library opened if you don't use the keyboard command to choose one. This can prove tricky when using multiple iPods, if you don't use the keyboard command you can risk syncing to the wrong library: Using multiple iTunes libraries -Windows
    Separate User Accounts
    Another option is to create a separate User account for each person on your PC or Mac. Different accounts by definition would give you completely separate libraries. Each account has it's own iTunes folder, Library and iTunes Music folder and you load it with CDs etc just as you did with your original one. The iPod can be set to update however the owner chooses, sync all, manual or sync specific playlists
    I don't use Windows so I can't give you a step by step on that one, however I can point you to another web page which should help you out. You can read about Windows user accounts here:
    Using Windows XP User Accounts

  • Can I have multiple computers accessing one iTunes library simultaneously?

    I've purchased a Lacie Network HD that I'm keeping all of my iTunes on. I've put an alias to the iTunes library from that drive in the music folders of the computers I want to access and update it. That all works well. The only problem is that both computers cannot have iTunes running at the same time. I get an error stating that the library is locked. It would appear that I can't have multiple computers accessing the library at the same time. Is there a work around for this aside from doing network sharing via iTunes? The reason I don't want to do that is that I want both computers to have access to the actual files if I'm using the various iLife apps that use iTunes.

    Scott
    The only problem is that both computers cannot have iTunes running at the same time. I get an error stating that the library is locked. It would appear that I can't have multiple computers accessing the library at the same time
    This is true. It's not a server app.
    The nearest thing would be a library file on each machine pointing to the same set of music files. However, you might have problems if both machines try to access a particulat track at the same time. Also, changes made on one machine would not be reflected in the other. So if you rip a CD on one, the files will also have to be 'imported' to the other.
    Regards
    TD

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