Microsoft has just released the preview version of an Xbox Family Settings app for Android and 10,000 iOS users that will allow parents to manages what, when, and how children play on Xbox consoles.
With this app, parents can set time limits on a day-by-day basis, set content filters for each child, restrict communications with other plays, or review past activity. In this way, it will help parents to monitor kid’s activity on consoles.
Well, Microsoft has special controls for Minecraft. There’s a handy toggle to quickly unlock access to online play for the company’s world-shaping game without going through the usual menus. There may be similar features for other games if feedback prompts it, Microsoft said.
The release version of this is expected to arrive later in 2020 and will add features like managing your child’s friend list. In simple words, it will likely arrive in time to make sure your kids don’t spend too much time on that new Xbox Series X.
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