How to Set Parental Controls for Chromebook

Hopefully, we’re catching you as you first set up your child’s Chromebook, as parental controls work best when you, the parent, are designated as the owner of the laptop. In fact, any device or application that offers a master account should have a parent assigned, to better able to monitor your child’s activity.

Holding the master account to a device, and designating user accounts for your children, is definitely not foolproof, which is why having a dedicated control software — like Net Nanny — is advised. Today’s parents are busier than ever, which is why Net Nanny simplifies the process of monitoring and keeping your children safe online.

Safe browsing settings

Parents should know that the best ways to monitor your child’s online activity on Chromebook is to turn off the Guest Browsing feature and to set up dedicated user accounts. Guest Browsing should be disabled because you are unable to look at

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