Instagram’s New Feature
With the help of Instagram’s new feature, children’s Instagram screen time can also be seen. Also, if your child gets into any trouble, then you will also get the notification of this immediately.
Photo-video sharing platform Instagram has released its new privacy features parental supervision tools and family control features. Under this change, children below the age of 16 will no longer be able to watch sensitive content. Also, it will be easier for the parents to keep an eye on the child’s activity. Let us know that Instagram had announced this feature in March this year.
With the help of this feature, parents can keep an eye on the activities of their young children. With the help of this feature, children’s Instagram screen time can also be seen. Also, if your child gets into any trouble, then you will also get the notification of this immediately.
Features will work like this
According to Instagram, this feature will make Instagram more secure and fun than before. Under this new feature of Instagram, only two options will be available for children below 16 years in sensitive content control. Children can opt for standard and lace options only. If not selected, it will be set to lace by default. That is, now in this privacy feature, children will not be able to find sensitive content or any keywords, search results, hashtags, pages, reels, news feeds related to it.
Will get alert in trouble
It is also being said about the new features that after this, if children put an account in the block list on Instagram, then its information will also reach the parents. Many times if children get into trouble, they try to handle it on their own without informing the parents, in which case this tool will inform the parents.
Instagram’s new feature
Along with parental supervision tools, parents will also get the facility of Family Center, in which parents can take help of experts. Along with this, the experts of Instagram will also guide the parents. Content articles created by experts can be viewed as video clips on Instagram.