Family sharing: here is how to share your iCloud account with up five family members.

      Family sharing sharing is
      an iCloud feature that allows you to share your iCloud storage with up to five
      members of your family. It allows you to create a family group and invite
      people to join or alternatively, join an already existing family group. With iCloud family
      sharing, up to six people can share iTunes, iBooks, and App Store
      purchases, an Apple Music family membership, and an iCloud
      storage plan, without sharing accounts. Members of the group can
      make family purchases with the credit card linked to the account, share photos,
      a family calendar and more. 

      Setting up family sharing. 
      Requirements:
      * An Apple ID signed
      in to iCloud and iTunes
      * iPhone, iPad, or iPod
      touch with iOS 8 and later, or Mac with OS X Yosemite and later
      Creating a family group: an adult member of
      the family who will be referred to as the group organizer can set up family
      sharing for the group using his iPhone, iPad, iPad touch or Mac. Here is how.
      Go to Settings > [your
      name]. If you’re using iOS 10.2 or earlier, go to Settings > iCloud.
      Tap Set Up Family Sharing,
      then tap Get Started and follow the onscreen instructions to set up your family
      and invite your family members.
      On iOS 11 or later, choose
      the first feature you’d like to share with your family. Then follow the
      instructions to invite your family members using iMessage.
      On your Mac:
      Choose Apple menu >
      System Preferences, then click iCloud, click Set Up Family and follow the
      onscreen instructions.
      Once
      Family Sharing has been set up, you can invite your family members to join.

      Invite people to join your family:
      As long as you’re both
      using iOS 8 and later or OS X Yosemite and later, you can add anyone who
      has an Apple ID to your family. 
      On your iPhone, iPad, or
      iPod touch, go to Settings > [your name] > Family Sharing. If you are using
      iOS 10.2 or earlier, go to Settings > iCloud > Family. Tap Add Family Member. Enter your family member’s
      name or email address and follow the onscreen instructions. On  iOS 11 or later, choose whether you’d like to
      send an invitation via Messages or to invite them in person. Then follow the
      onscreen instructions.
      On Mac:
      Choose Apple menu >
      System Preferences, then click iCloud. Click Manage Family. Click +, then follow the
      onscreen instructions.
      Family members can enter
      their Apple ID password on your device to accept the invitation, if they are
      with you. You can also send them an invitation, and they can accept from their
      device. 
      Check who has accepted your invitation
      After you send the
      invitation, you can check its status under the person’s name. On your iPhone, iPad, or
      iPod touch, go to Settings > [your name] > Family Sharing. If you
      are using iOS 10.2 or earlier, go to Settings > iCloud > Family. 
      On Mac, go to Apple menu
      > System Preferences, click iCloud, and select Manage Family. 
      Select that person’s name
      to see the status of the invitation. Invitation can be resent by tapping on Resend
      Invitation.
      How to join a family group
      You can join a family
      group by accepting or declining an invitation to join a family directly from an
      invitation sent to you by email or in a text message. You can also respond from
      your device Settings or System Preferences in case you missed the email. See
      how below:
      On your iPhone, iPad, or
      iPod touch, go to Settings > [your name] > Invitations. If you’re
      using iOS 10.2 or earlier, go to Settings > iCloud > Invitations.
      On your Mac, choose Apple
      menu > System Preferences > iCloud > Manage Family.

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