Family Settings on Xbox One are an important tool which let parents monitor and restrict the types of games and the duration to which their children play those games. Microsoft already provides options to limit a variety of features in screen time management, purchase limits, content filters, and privacy, but there is more that the company could do.
Today, Dan McCulloch, General Manager for Xbox Live, shared new settings that will be available to parents. On Xbox Wire, he said the following.
It's great to see that Microsoft is giving players control over more settings. However, at the end of the day, communication is the most important tool at a parent's disposal.
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Finally!! Thank you for listening MS.
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