Instagram launched a new parent-oriented section of its Well Being site today that’s designed to guide parents through the app and help them talk about it with their teens. The site basically just walks parents through privacy settings and content controls, like how to make an account public or private or how to block accounts.
All these features are old news, but it’s definitely possible that parents and teens had no idea they existed. It isn’t extremely easy to navigate to your privacy settings page. The company also suggests some teen accounts that parents could suggest to their kids as positive role models and offers some prompts to get an Instagram conversation started.
The website isn’t all that neat, given that these are all…
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