Xbox One

Controls & Settings guide

Parental Controls for Xbox One can be set for each of your children’s individual profiles, allowing you to prevent unauthorised purchases, ensuring your children only access age-appropriate content and restrict the ability to chat to strangers online.

What do I need?

An Xbox One account for your child.

Restrictions you can apply

icon Browser Access
icon Chatting
icon Game Ratings
icon Innapropriate content
icon Purchasing

Step by Step instructions

1

When on the Xbox one dashboard select ‘Settings’.

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Select the ‘Privacy & online safety’ menu.

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Select ‘Child defaults’ to restrict all adult content from the user. Or select ‘Custom’ to customise the settings for your preference.

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Next, Select ‘Use, but customise’.

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There will be a number of default privacy settings you can choose from. Select one and either keep the default settings or customise them to suit your needs.

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Next select ‘content & apps’ and choose the ‘Access to content & apps menu’.

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Choose what age group you want restricted too.

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