Facebook Gives Parents More Control Over and Information On Messenger Kids

The stand-alone app debuted in December 2017

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Facebook introduced several new parental control and visibility features and an updated privacy policy for its Messenger Kids stand-alone application, which it debuted in December 2017.

The social network said parents can access these new features via their flagship Facebook apps on iOS and Android by tapping the shortcut menu and scrolling to the Messenger Kids icon. Parents with multiple children using Messenger Kids can select the name of the child whose account they wish to access.

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