iCloud family sharing Question

Dear Apple,

My name is Noah Gilbert, and I happen to be the Expert IT with our family.

Unfortunately, for these past years, our family of 4 shared an Apple ID and somethings happened.

When one of us call each other, that the contacts of the things up, and also when you go in recent, there are people that I didn't call, but have called others in our family, and it's something that are not nice and also very scary.

I read upward on your iCloud, sharing of family and are generally fascinated on this subject, but when diving into the details, it's when it gets a bit murky.

If all 4 of us was to create an Apple ID and had to get the sharing of the family, what would happen to all of our data.

The main question is:

What would happen to all our Contacts, Mail, calendar, iTunes purchases and also the App Store purchases?

Also, when it would be and current execution, will be our contacts and the stuff of colander, be separated into different lists of info.

I would really appreciate it if someone from this community come back to me, please.

Thank you

Gilbert of Noah,

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Blockblue47 wrote:

The main question is:

What would happen to all our Contacts, Mail, calendar, iTunes purchases and also the App Store purchases?

Also, when it would be and current execution, will be our contacts and the stuff of colander, be separated into different lists of info.

I would really appreciate it if someone from this community come back to me, please.

Thank you

Gilbert of Noah,

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

First, everyone should have their Apple ID individual to avoid confusion you describe above.  If that were the case, then all the Contacts, calendar, e-mail, purchases of App Store and iTunes purchases will be remained connected to these accounts; under family sharing, however, there are some things that can and cannot be shared.  You can have a read more about it here - What are the types of content can I share with sharing family?-Apple Support

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