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Here are some helpful tips, hints, and other important information to help you and your family make the most out of your Norton Family experience.
How can we help?
- What activities can be monitored when I use Norton Family?
- How does Norton Family provide a voice for the child?
- My children are constantly growing and learning. How does Norton Family grow with my child?
- How does Norton Family help foster better communication in my family about online safety?
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Why should my family use Norton Family?
Norton Family is an online service that links parents to their children, giving parents the comfort to set their children free online while still keeping them safe and sound.
The benefits of using Norton Family include
Simple, one-time set up
Create your Norton Family account, add and customize your family member accounts, and then easily install the Norton Family onto all the computers used in your household.
Easy to use and access
Check your child’s activity or modify your child’s profile and preferences anytime and anywhere using any computer.
Always stay informed about those you care most about
Know where your children visit, who they talk to, and what they’re doing while they’re online. Parents can also set and manage time limits, permitted sites, online chat* and social networking preferences for each family member.
Engage and communicate with each other
Take advantage of built-in notification and messaging, providing open discussion with your child about their online activities and better understanding about their intent with visiting specific sites or wanting to spend more time online.