You can add another adult to your Amazon Household to listen to either users' content (for example, music and audiobooks) and manage shared features (for example, lists).
Joining a Household also gives you the option to share certain content purchases with other Household members across other Amazon devices and media apps.
Note: When you add a second adult to your Household, you are authorizing the other adult to use credit cards associated with your Amazon account for purchases on Amazon. You may require a 4-digit code to say aloud when you confirm purchases with your credit card. To learn more, go to Manage Voice Purchasing Settings.
Make sure the person you invite to your household is present, and then follow these steps in the Alexa app:
When you remove a user from a Household, you aren't able to add either user account to another Household for 180 days. If you remove an adult by accident and want to re-add the user to your Household, please contact Customer Support. To remove a user, open the Alexa app and follow these steps:
After you set up a Household, you can switch accounts between users on an Alexa device.
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