The part where it all breaks down is the user experience for pupils when trying to access a whitelisted video on YouTube. None of them have google or youtube accounts. Haven't tried that yet, but assuming that does work, that's one heck of a sacrifice just to be able to use Google services again. Then tried adding the same category Content Modification, and 'Ignore' and no dice there either. Google+, Google's latest and, , most promising attempt to break into the social-networking sphere, launched on June 28. When restricted mode is enabled, you will not be able to see comments on the videos you watch.
Second best option would be for the sign in to detect the domain when a user manually clicks on sign in. Only apply this setting if you want to allow users in your organization to have unrestricted YouTube access. With YouTube restricted mode switched on, users on a company domain will only be able to access YouTube content based on the limitations set out by the admin. The part where it all breaks down is the user experience for pupils when trying to access a whitelisted video on YouTube. If we unblock it then the whole of YouTube is visible! If you want Restricted Mode to stay enabled for anyone using this browser, you can lock Restricted Mode. Screenshots of our config below: ---- ----. But these days, if you want to be part of the Google+ club, it's much easier to find your way through the velvet ropes.
This happens at school and at home, both on her school account and personal account. Approvers can search for and approve additional videos to make them viewable by signed-in users in your organization. The day after Alex plugged his birth date into his Google profile, he found his Gmail account locked. Otherwise, all of his Google services, including his Gmail account and his past correspondence, would be deleted. Apply different settings for different people or groups To apply different settings to a group of users or Chrome devices, place them in their own organizational unit.
I am still on Windows 8. Is there any way to fix this. The problem comes when approving videos - as far as I can tell, you can only approve videos for users that are logged in to a Google Apps domain. Editors' note: Updated at 5:05 p. Strict Restricted Mode does not block all videos, but works as a filter to screen out many videos based on an automated system, while leaving some videos still available for viewing.
This is the message my friend gets when she tries to watch a video. The settings help restrict which videos are available to your users. But kids under 13, like Alex, are seemingly out of luck. Typing in a school e-mail address and clicking next triggers the single sign on process and all is well. Tried disabling safe search which was set to strict in Bing, and then turning restricted mode off in YouTube, but nothing changed.
However, I've just noticed that Youtube for Schools is being retired discontinued as soon as this Friday. While admins have always been able to for employees, with these new YouTube settings, network admins now have more granular control over content. Thanks to the government, for all the things I've learned during the last couple of days while trying to address this issue! You could potentially do something similar depending on which web filtering solution you use. When stories get out about how obsessed kids are with their parents' tech toys, and , it hard to believe it took this long for Google to give tablet owners restricted user profiles. Step 2: Hello, As you have mentioned this issue might have occurred after a recent Windows update, try to perform a system restore and check the status of this issue. Note: No algorithm is perfect. .
So I don't get why it's this one causing the issue. No matter how hard social networks try to find underage users, kids will find a new way to trick them. I've scoured the revised family safety site, but have yet to find any setting that would cause this. I don't even turn on safe search for myself, I leave it set to Moderate; and I don't have any issues with Google sites. The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act , a federal regulation that took effect in April 2000, forbids sites from collecting personal information from children under 13 without consent from their parents.
Are you using any other methods to enable restricted mode? This article outlines how to apply restrictions to signed-in users. I have tested the video approval using Google Apps, and this seems fairly easy and straightforward. That's why Facebook and some other sites simply forbid those under 13 from signing up in the first place. Has anyone been able to make any inroads into this? For those 13 to 17, their time will soon come: Google is developing safety features before welcoming in the pubescent masses that have long run wild on Facebook and MySpace. YouTube Restricted Mode is an optional setting that filters out potentially mature videos while leaving a large number of videos still available. I have tested the video approval using Google Apps, and this seems fairly easy and straightforward. For example, about a year and a half ago, Gmail began to ask for ages when creating accounts in the U.
You can also create a restore point manually at any time. If your browser supports multiple profiles, you must enable it for each profile. I found pages on the internet saying to be able to turn restricted mode off, you have to remove yourself from the family in Family Safety fss. The tech-savvy 10-year-old was able to log onto Google+ and set up his profile on Google's newly minted, and still very exclusive, social network, adding his parents to his Family Circle. For example, if a user is on a network with access but their organizational unit has Moderate Restricted YouTube access, then the user will get Moderate Restricted YouTube access.
Moms and dads, rejoice: you can now shut out access to apps, app-specific features like mature content , and even disable in app purchases. So, in order to do his homework, I have to turn off safe search? Do the pupils log in to Google? Please read the before posting, or posts may be removed. Google said this new feature will be rolling out in the next few days. But wait, there's a catch. If you haven't already, you'll be asked to secure the lock screen.