Microsoft 365 Family subscribers can share subscription benefits with up to five other people. You can send an invitation or add people to your Microsoft family to share your benefits. Once they accept the invitation, they can install Microsoft 365 apps on their devices and access their own 1 TB of OneDrive storage by signing in to www.microsoft365.com with their personal Microsoft account.
At no extra cost, each person you share with gets:
The latest version of Microsoft 365 apps for PC, Mac, tablets, and smart phones.
Each person can install Microsoft 365 on all their devices and be signed in to Microsoft 365 on five devices at the same time. To install Microsoft 365, they sign in to www.microsoft365.com using their own Microsoft account. If they don't already have a Microsoft account, they'll be prompted to create one when they accept your invitation to share. It's free.
Note: Before someone installs Microsoft 365, make sure their computer meets the system requirements. For example, the latest version of Microsoft 365 can't be installed on Chromebooks, or computers running Windows 7.
1 TB of OneDrive storage.
Each person you share your subscription benefits with gets their own OneDrive storage. Learn more about OneDrive.
Don't worry: People who share your subscription can't access files or folders on your personal OneDrive storage unless you explicitly share them. Learn to share OneDrive files and folders.
60 Skype minutes per month.
Skype calling to mobile phones in eight countries and to landlines in 60+ countries (only in markets where Skype is available). Learn more about Skype minutes.
Advanced email security tools.
Help protect each person's Outlook inbox from phishing and malware with real-time warnings about malicious websites and by scanning attachments for the latest viruses. People you share with will also get an ad-free experience and 50 GB of storage per mailbox.
Important: People sharing your subscription will NOT have access to your personal files, calendar, or email, and you will not have access to theirs. All files and service usage information remain private—as though they had purchased their own subscription.