If your kid had a Chromebook, then you might ever think of stop from exploding some inapposite content to them. Most likely, if your kids using the Chromebooks without parent chrome, then they might get exposed to harmful content over the internet.

Chromebook seems to be quite useful for study purpose, research and content consumption. Yeah, you can set up parental control on Chromebook; today, we are going to share how you can enable parental control on Chromebooks.

How to Set up Parental Controls on Chromebooks?

Before continuing, ensure that your child has been login with the child’s Google account. If you don’t have one, then you should create an account for parental control. So without further ado, lets’s check this out.

Manage your children account on Chromebook.

Once you sign in to Chromebook with a child account, then here is how you can use parental control on Chromebook.

Pre-Requisites

  • Chrome OS 7.1 or later
  • Sign-in with the child account

Restriction for Child’s Google Account

There are a few restrictions that will be applied to the child’s account once you have enabled parental control.

  • Unable to use incognito mode
  • You can control the website and limit the uses for a specific website.
  • Block from exploding Sexually and violent sites.
  • Chrome Sync data with parental management features
    • Childer can disable certain data collection.
  • You can check, Chrome browsing history and activity.

How to Setup Parental Control on Chromebook

This is simple and quick; follow the following instruction step by step mentioned down below.

  • Click on Settings appear on the bottom-right of the display
  • Go to Quick Settings, Click on the Setting icon placed on the upper-right corner of the page,
  • Navigate to the People tab and click on Settings Window
  • Select Parental Control, Click on Setup placed on the right-bottom.
  • Next, Choose to Get Started and then Select your Child Google Account.
  • Follow the on-screen instruction to finish the setup.
  • Now, enter your personal Gmail, through which you are managing parental control.
  • Choose the restriction accordingly, Such as
    • Maximum screen time
    • Adjust content settings on Web
    • Filter web access
    • Blocking and approved apps
    • Enable Play Purchases and much more.
  • That’s it; once you enable it, you can all set to confirm your action by entering your child account password.

After this, Chromebook asks you to sign out from your parental account. In contrast, you can use the Google Family Link application to check the activities. Although, from the Family Link app, you can manage or tweak some settings if you want to. Hopefully, we believe that this article helps you and you have been successfully set up the parental control on Chromebook. We would like to know your valuable opinion and feedback if there is any query share with us in the comment section down below.