Establish a classification of programs on a profileCreating a Children profileBlock access to programs with a Pin Code
Your children are fond of Disney + programs and you want to empower them by giving them access to the platform? Here is how to configure parental controls in advance, and only give them access to programs that you have approved.
Have you been watching programs on Disney + for weeks with your children and have decided to empower the older ones? Before giving them access to the platform and its huge catalog , do not forget to configure and activate parental controls, which will allow you to de facto exclude programs that you do not want them to be able to. watch.
Establish a classification of programs on a profile
In order for your child to have access to the platform, you will create a profile for them. You will then have to indicate an age group (0+, 6+, 9 + ...) which will allow you to exclude from the catalog all the programs whose classification is higher than the one you have chosen. Please note, a standard profile is by default classified as 14 years old and over. It is up to you to modify this data by going to the "Classification" menu then by clicking on "parental control".
Creating a Children profile
This profile presents an interface designed for the youngest, with programs generally classified between 0+ and 6+. To activate it, you must create a profile and associate it with the "Children profile" option. You can combine this profile with a "protected exit" option, which will prevent the little spectator from exiting this particular mode without having to answer a security question, which you will have predefined. To activate this "protected exit", go to the "parental control" menu and go to the profile settings.
Block access to programs with a Pin Code
Conversely, you may not want your children to be able to browse Disney + on their own at all. In this case, you can define a 4-digit pin code which will limit access to your profile. To do so, you must click on "Edit profile", then select "Profile pin code" in the "Parental control" menu. Several options that should allow you to consider sharing Disney + with the whole family more serenely.