“We want people to have fun on TikTok, but it’s also important for our community to look after their wellbeing which means having a healthy relationship with online apps and services,” Cormac Kennan, TikTok’s head of trust and safety for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, writes in a blog post.
Before, adults could limit their own screen time. Now parents can use the same tools to limit the amount of time their kids spend on TikTok.
The new parental controls will now be featured in a video series TikTok made in partnership with the app’s influencers to educate users about its Digital Wellbeing tools. They look like typical TikTok videos, each walking users through the function of each tool and how they can enable them.
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