Family Accounts

 family accounts

Family Accounts


On the next page you can access and see your childs activity once setup. After that you can get reports for at least Microsoft.


  • Microsoft
  • Google
  • Apple

Accoringly you give yourself and your partnet access for managing these account and provide screen time / installation / payment permissions, or not offcourse.

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Simplify your family’s life

Modern families come in all sizes and locations. We'll help you keep kids safer online, have fun together, and stay connected—even when you're apart.


Keep kids safer online
Use the family settings across all of their devices to stay aware of their activity.

Set screen time limits
No more arguing. Set it and forget it with a balanced daily limit on your kids' devices.
Filter content
Make sure your kids view content and play games that are right for their age.
Avoid surprise spending
Get an email when your kids want a game or app in the Microsoft Store—instead of a receipt.


Family Link

Help your family create healthy digital habits

Whether your children are younger or in their teens, the Family Link app lets you set digital ground rules to help guide them as they learn, play, and explore online.*


View their activity

Not all screen time is the same. Help your child make healthy decisions about what they do on their device, with activity reports showing how much time they’re spending on their favorite apps.†
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Manage their apps

Handy notifications let you approve or block apps your child wants to download from the Google Play Store. You can also manage in-app purchases, and hide specific apps on their device.

Feed their curiosity

It can be hard to figure out what apps are right for your child, so Family Link shows you teacher-recommended apps that you can add directly to their device.‡


Family Sharing and Apple ID for your child

With Family Sharing, you can create an Apple ID for a child under 13.* This allows them to participate in Family Sharing and use other Apple services such as iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime, and Game Center.

To participate in Family Sharing, all family members must have their own Apple ID. Children under 13* can't create an Apple ID on their own. However, the family organizer can provide verified parental consent and create an Apple ID on the child’s behalf in their family group.

If your child already has an Apple ID, you can add it to your family group and update their email address, date of birthsecurity questions, and more.