Facebook might soon launch a new version of the popular social media platform Instagram for children. The new version of Kids Instagram will be specifically allowed for only those children who are under the age of 13. At present, according to the rules on Instagram for the age limit. Instagram does not allow kids under the age of 13 to create a profile on the social media platform.
Instagram is working on a narrowed-down version of the social media platform that would be accessible only for those kids who are aged under 13. Instagram is working on a narrowed-down version of the social media platform that would be accessible only for those kids who are aged under 13. The photo-sharing app increased its features to protect the young users from the curious gaze of the adults on the app.
What features will be added for the Instagram Kids Version?
Facebook had introduced a new version of Messenger Kids in the year 2017. The platform was introduced as a medium for children to interact with family members and friends which are approved by parents. Parents get all the access for the Kids Messenger such as the decision to make who their kids can have chats with.
Teenage users will have the option to report or block adults who are texting them. Instagram plans to introduce a new feature that will prevent adults from sending messages to people under the age of 18 who don’t follow them.
If there is a user who is not aged 13, he or she will need to mention in their bio that the account is managed by a parent or an individual who is an adult who handles it. There is a method that deletes fake accounts if an adult user is faking as a child under the age of 13.
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