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1. Go to https://account.microsoft.com/family and sign in with your adult Microsoft account.

2. Find your child's name and select Content restrictions.

3. Go to Apps, games & media and switch Block inappropriate apps, games & media from Off to On. Under Allow apps and games rated for select the age limit you’d like to apply to your child.

4. When your child requests to use a blocked app or game, you can approve it and add it to the Always allowed list, which is under Content restrictions.

5. If your child downloaded something before you set these limits, you can block it where it appears on the Activity page. They’ll need your permission to use it again, and you can respond to their requests from your email or on https://account.microsoft.com/family.

Note: If you’d like to keep an eye on the content your child is using but don’t want to set up content restrictions, go to the Activity page and turn Activity reporting from Off to On.


Block mature content on Xbox One by setting an age limit for content. Here's how:

Sign in with an adult account on your Xbox One.

Press the Xbox button on the controller to open the guide, and then select System > Settings > Account > Family.

Select the child account you want to update, select Access to content, then select the age limit you feel is appropriate for your child. By default, your child’s restrictions will be set to the age associated with their Microsoft account.

When your child requests to use a blocked app or game, you can approve it and add it to the Always allowed list, which is under Content restrictions on https://account.microsoft.com/family

If your child downloaded something before you set these limits, you can block it where it appears on the Activity page. They’ll need your permission to use it again, and you can respond to their requests from your email or on https://account.microsoft.com/family

Note: If you’d like to keep an eye on the content your child is using but don’t want to set up content restrictions, go to the Activity page and turn Activity reporting from Off to On.

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