Snapchat launches new tool for parents to know their kids' contacts
Social Media platform Snapchat is rolling out the latest parental control features for their users.
This tool allows parents to know their teen kids' contacts and report them (if they want) to the Snapchat without their child's knowledge.
The goal of this feature is to enable parents to monitor their child's connections without compromising teens' autonomy.
This new suite of tool is known as 'Family Center' and Parents can invite their teen to join the Family Center.
After the teens consents, parents can see their kid's friend-list and who they've chatted with in the past 7 days on Snapchat
The parents would be able to report any related accounts confidentially.
Keeping teens' privacy in center, parents won’t be able to see private content or messages sent from their teens
The platform is planning to introduce a new feature that notify the parents when the teen report the abuse by a user.
Snap’s new tool is similarto Instagram, which launched its Family Center in March, allowing parents to view what accounts their teens follow and how much time they spend on the app.
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