Updated on May 28th, 2021
While setting up a Spotify account is effortless, you may be wondering how you can use your Echo device with Spotify Multiple Users? Read on to learn more about it.
You can use multiple Spotify accounts with your Alexa device, but setting them up can be a bit challenging. This is because it is not truly a feature but more like a workaround. But don’t worry; we have got you covered.
Alexa And Spotify Multiple Users
Since you can only connect one Spotify account to one Alexa account, the first thing to do is create multiple Amazon accounts. Also, remember to switch to Amazon US if your account is not from the US already.
Scrolling down is the procedure of setting up Alexa Multiple Spotify Accounts.
The Step-by-Step Guide
- The first step is to log in to your alexa.amazon.com account.
- Visit the Settings and then click on Accounts.
- Next, select the Household Profile.
- Ask all of your family members or housemates to create their own Spotify accounts if they haven’t already.
- Now ask all of them to join the Household.
- After joining, they merely have to link their Spotify accounts using their Alexa apps.
- Once done with the linking, you can command Alexa to switch to any of your housemates’ accounts, and you can eventually use their Spotify account.
You can use the command, “Alexa, switch to <user’s name>’s Account.” and switch the Spotify accounts as well.
In a nutshell, all you have to do is follow the steps mentioned above, and you can easily use multiple Spotify accounts with your Amazon Alexa device. So the next time you have a music taste battle with your housemates or family members, you can merely switch Amazon accounts and get your personalized music or podcast on your Alexa device.
Thank you for reading!