Tik-Tok has announced a new Parental Control feature.
This will allow parents to link the account to their child’s account, disable private messages, and configure other security settings.
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The parental control feature is located in the Digital Wellbeing section and is called Family Settings.
To access the privacy settings for their child’s account, a parent must link their account to the child’s account. To do this, you need to identify yourself as a parent and scan the QR code from the teenager’s smartphone screen.
After that, parents will be able to limit the list of users who can write to the child, or completely disable the private messaging function. In addition, the function will allow you to determine how much time a child can spend daily in the application, as well as limit content that is undesirable for a teenager.
TikTok is also known to have disabled the private messaging section for all users under the age of 16. This is due to the fact that in 2019 it was noticed that some people send indecent messages to young users of the service.
Previously, Tik-Tok allowed stickers to be attached to objects in videos.
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