Instagram’s New Parents Guide To Keep Track Of Teenage Kid’s Usage
New York: Photo-messaging app Instagram has devised a new ‘Parent’s Guide’, which will help parents keep a tab on their teenage kid’s activities and usage of the platform.
In a blog post on Thursday, Instagram CEO Marne Levine revealed that the app has built a discussion guide for how parents and guardians can have an open conversation with their teens about Instagram. As part of the guide, 10 questions have been framed to enable parents learn more about how their teenaged children are using Instagram and to ensure that the app is being used in a positive way like discussing whether they want to keep their accounts public or private.
Levine added that the pictorial app is dedicatedly working to make sure that parents and their teenage kids possess the required tools to make desired choices, pertaining to usage and privacy on Instagram.
With over 1 billion users, Instagram also offers other privacy tools like comment controls, ability to report unwanted interactions besides a series of latest features to help users manage time on the app.