With a Family Membership to Apple Music, families of up to six people can enjoy all of the benefits of Apple Music. The first post above has 6000+ views and 500+ posts from frustrated Google users, many of whom have given up (cancelled their subscriptions) and either taken out a Spotify or Apple Family Subscription which allows multiple accounts through one subscription.
As I said, it’s not the solution for everyone, but it works well for me. Mostly as I can get my domain users on a family sharing plan without them having to maintain a second inbox and the confusion that would come with it. Once you’re signed in to a second account, Google’s account switching on both web and android is good enough that it’s not a big deal.
Ask your students to prepare an assignment where they will have to play any piece of their choice, but in the way the people of a certain period played it. This will get their creative minds working, and they can understand better how music has evolved.
The first thing we would like to emphasize here, because it is a tad unclear at first and even on second glance, is this: all purchases made, even though they’re made using the Family Share organizer’s credit card, are linked to the Apple ID of the user who initiated the purchase and will forever remain linked to that purchase.
Once you’ve confirmed that all the devices that will be used by your family members support iOS 8 (and have been upgraded to iOS 8 if necessary) all you need is your main iOS device, the Apple ID and login of the primary account holder (which, as the organizing member, is your account/password) and then the Apple IDs of the up-to-five additional family members you wish to add to your Family Sharing plan.