Classic Punk/ New Wave Radio is on my Pandora free station but my wife cannot find it on her free account to add it on her phone Mystified
Moderator Edit: Edited title for clarity
@Sequoiahealth Nice to see you around the Community.
It looks like you originally created our 80s New Wave Genre station, and later renamed it to be Classic Punk / New Wave Radio.
Here is a screenshot of where I am seeing this:
If your wife would also like to add this station to her account, she will need to search for 80s New Wave.
Alternatively, you can also share your station from your account with her.
Check out this help page article if you need some instructions on how to share stations from a computer: Sharing on Pandora
Hope this helps! 😁
A friend with free Pandora is unable to search and find my stations (original or current station name). I can share with her, but she can't find mine by searching.
@RDStauffer To clarify are you an artist who has music on Pandora, and your station does not show up when searching your artist name?
Or is the issue that you shared a station with a friend, and they are unable to locate it in their collection?
Let me know.
not an artist; yes can share successfully; the question is: I am a plus member and have created many stations for myself (Pandora is about all I listen to!). I want friends, and the general public, to find my stations searching for: "Flyleaf", "Jinjer", "RDStauffer", "Epica", "Radio", etc. I created a free Pandora account using a different gmail and am unable to find my stations via a search.
Thanks for following up and clarifying that with me, @RDStauffer.
Other users won't actually be able to search for your stations unless you share them with them and they add them to their collection.
If you created a second account, what you can do is share the stations from your old account, and add them to the collection on your new account.
Hope this helps clarify!
Thanks again for replying. I thought that years ago I remembered reading comments from random people making comments about my stations.
Always happy to help, @RDStauffer. 😁