Amazon’s Parent Dashboard now lets you remotely adjust parental controls

Amazon has updated their Parent Dashbord to now allow parents to remotely update the parental controls of their kid’s devices. Previously, if you wanted to update the FreeTime settings of something like a Fire Kids Edition tablet, you had to do it on the tablet itself. Now parents can use any browser to adjust things like screen time limits, set a bedtime, whitelist apps, enable/disable the browser, modify educational goals and more. Ever since its launch last year, the Parents Dashboard has given parents insight into the apps, games, videos, and ebooks that their kids use most. Now it will also let parents immediately act on those stats and adjust parental controls accordingly from the same interface.

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5 comments
  1. Itzme says:

    In your headline change not to now.

  2. Don Black says:

    They need to add this to the fire tv as well

  3. Llyod says:

    Not now.

  4. Goodhur says:

    They need to allow location setting or spoof. Apps like lego boost require it.

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