The new updates have already been rolled out and will be completed over the next few weeks.
In a new update to the “Location tab”, parents can see all of their children on the same map with their device location. Also, parents can turn on notifications to be alerted when their child arrives at or leaves a specific destination like school or soccer practice, the company said in a blogpost.
Moreover, the “Highlights tab” will allow parents to track the usage of their child’s device by showing a snapshot of their child’s app usage, screen time, and recently installed apps.
“We’re also adding resources from trusted partners like Common Sense Media, ConnectSafely, and the Family Online Safety Institute to help parents navigate conversations around online safety at home,” the company added.
For parents and children, Family Link will also be available on the web. With this, parents will be able to access online features even when they are away from their phones or don’t have the app.
For children, the Family Link web experience will help them better understand their parental control settings.
Additionally, the “Controls tab” enables parents to monitor children with the ability to set screen time limits for individual devices or specific apps, as well as set content restrictions.