Can I See a Family Member’s AirTag?
The short answer is no — at least not without logging into that person’s iCloud account directly, which is something that’s much more cumbersome to do in the new Find My app.
If a member of your family under age 13 adds an AirTag to one of their devices, the designated family organizer will get an email notification alerting them that “An AirTag was just registered to your child’s Apple ID,” including the serial number of the AirTag. However, even the family organizer will not be able to track a child’s AirTag through your Apple ID or Find My app. Just like anybody else’s AirTag, it will only appear on their own device(s).
All family members, regardless of age, will also still be notified if an unknown AirTag is travelling with them. So if you borrow something from your partner, sibling, or child that has their AirTag attached, or even if they just leave their bag in your car, you’ll probably get an alert on your iPhone that an unknown AirTag has been found moving with you. However, you’ll be able to mute these notifications indefinitely for AirTags that are registered to other Apple IDs within your Family Sharing group.