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Invite another parent to your Qustodio account
With our new additional parent feature, you can collaborate with whoever you need to keep your kids’ digital experience positive. Perhaps your kids’ grandparents need to easily change screen time rules when you’re busy at work, or your co-parent lives in a separate household and also wants to see what your kids are up to online. Simply add them to your account and they’ll be able to do just that (without needing to share your password).
Once another parent or guardian has joined, they’ll have access to do all the same things as you. They can choose whether they want to receive daily or weekly activity reports (without affecting your settings), check your kids’ real-time activity on the dashboard and timeline, and set rules for device use. We know that privacy is important to you, so they’ll be able to do all of this using their own login details – with no visibility on any of your personal information.
How it works
Whether you’re signed up for Qustodio Free or Premium, you can take advantage of this new feature. Simply head to your account page and scroll down to the new additional parent section. Type in the email address of the person you want to add to your account and hit invite now. They’ll receive an email inviting them to create an account and join your family. Once they’ve accepted and created their login, they can start supervising straight away!
You’ll be kept up to date on the status of your invitation via email and you can always check it on your account page. There you can also cancel your invitation, or remove the email address and invite a different one.
Can’t see the additional parent section? At the moment, it’s available for accounts that are only protecting iOS and Android devices. If you’re protecting your kids’ desktops, Chromebooks, or Kindles, then you won’t be able to see it. However, we’re planning on rolling it out for more platforms very soon.