Hello, Adam, You said: >As long as each member of your family is signed into their separate Pandora accounts on their devices, that error message should not pop up. I think what most people are looking for is a distinction when using devices like Amazon's Echo. For instance, in our house we have 9 Echo devices. The kids have their own in their rooms and listen to Pandora on them. We have a premium family account and they have their own pandora accounts they use on their phones. When we attempt to listen at the same time on the Echoes, Pandora informs us only 1 person can listen at a time. This is due to the fact the skill for the echoes only allows one main account linked to it for Pandora. The skill then uses that account for all interactions with the echoes. So, the limitation really **ahem** even if you have paid extra money for pandora access for the family. Can you see what we mean? Who is responsible for the Alexa skill? Is there a way to contact them and request the ability to have the skill handle family members? For instance, "Alexa, play Disco Music on Pandora using Mom's account."
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