Itunes consolidating two accounts
By default, i Tunes organizes albums based on the name of the album's artist.Some songs from the same album might not be grouped together if their album names differ slightly, if the album is a compilation, or songs from the album have different artists.For example, one album name might have an extra space in it that the actual album name doesn't.To make sure that all songs from the same album have the same album name, follow these steps: If albums have songs by multiple album artists, i Tunes might list the songs in separate albums.
Variations in the spacing, spelling, or punctuation of album names might make i Tunes list songs in separate albums.
Since Apple's i Cloud announcement, we have received a steady stream of messages from people with the same problem: multiple Apple IDs.
Some readers have been managing two Apple IDs on purpose and are now frustrated about the fact that Apple is restricting logins for automatic downloads.
If you don't have Gmail, you can add it to your account at any time.
If you signed up for Gmail and didn't add it to your existing account, now you have two separate accounts.