Facebook has added some new options to Messenger Kids that give parents a little more information and control about their children’s activity…
Social media behemoth Facebook first launched its Messenger Kids app in December of 2017. Since that time, the service has faced quite a bit of criticism, particularly about children’s privacy. So, Facebook has made improvements here and there. Now, the company has added some new features.
New Facebook Messenger Kids Features include Parental Access to Chat Histories and Recent Images
Facebook has announced it’s making it easier for parents to see more details about their children’s activities on the app. It’s now possible to view more information about who their kids are chatting with, if they’re using video calling, along with a history of anyone their child has blocked.
The world’s largest social network is sending parents a brief message about the changes. Here’s the text of the email update:
|“We’re making updates in Messenger Kids to give you and your child more control. Here’s what we’re changing:|
|Now, if your child blocks a contact:
|There are new features in your Parent Dashboard:
|Visit your Parent Dashboard using the Messenger Kids shortcut within the Facebook app.”|