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Create a supervised Chrome profile

Control and see the websites someone visits by creating a supervised user profile for them. With supervised users, you can:

  • See which websites they visited
  • Block websites
  • Prevent them from installing apps and extensions
  • Turn on SafeSearch (turned on by default)
  • Change their settings

For example, you can make a supervised user profile for a family member, which gives you control over what they do using Chrome.

Creating a supervised user is different from creating a Google Account. A supervised Chrome profile customizes how someone uses the web, but doesn't give access to Google products like Gmail, Google+, and Drive.

Add a supervised user

Computer (Windows, Mac, Linux)
  1. Open Chrome.
  2. Sign in to Chrome.
  3. At the top right, click the button with your name or People People.
  4. Click Manage people.
  5. Click Add person.
  6. Choose a photo and a name.
  7. Check the box next to "Supervise this person to control and view the websites they visit from your Google Account."
  8. Click the Down arrow Down Arrow.
  9. Select your account.
  10. Optional: If you already created a supervised user and want to use those same settings, click Import an existing supervised user.
  11. Click Save.
    • To open the new supervised user's profile, click Switch to [supervised user].
    • To return to your profile, click Okay, got it.
Chromebook

Step 1: Turn on supervised users

  1. Sign in to your Chromebook.
  2. Click the status area where your account photo appears.
  3. Click Settings Settings.
  4. In the "People" section, click Manage other users.
  5. Check the box next to "Enable supervised users."

Step 2: Add a supervised user

  1. Click the status area where your account photo appears, then click Sign out.
  2. On the sign-in screen, click More More and then Add supervised user.
  3. Click Create supervised user.
  4. Select the account that will manage the supervised user.
  5. Enter the account password and click Next.
  6. Choose a name, password, and photo.
  7. Optional: If you already created a supervised user and want to use those settings, click Import an existing supervised user.
  8. Click Next.
  9. You'll see a message confirming that the user was created. Click Got it.

If the account you’re using isn't the owner of your Chromebook, you'll need to switch to the owner account or reset your Chromebook to add supervised users.

If you're on a Chromebook at work or school, you might not be able to add a supervised user. For help, contact your administrator.

To save bookmarks and install extensions for a supervised user, switch to their profile. Learn how to save bookmarks and install extensions.

Block websites

Supervised users can go to any website by default, but you can stop them from going to certain websites.

  1. Go to chrome.com/manage.
  2. Select a supervised user.
  3. In the "Permissions" section, click Manage.
  4. To block websites for that person, choose a category below:
Block specific websites
  1. Under "Allow," select All of the web.
  2. Under "Blocked sites," enter a website you want to block. For example: www.google.com.
  3. Under "Behavior," choose an option:.
    • Block entire domain: The supervised user won't see any site from the "google" domain, like mail.google.com and www.google.de.
    • Allow some subdomains: The supervised user can see specific web addresses owned by www.google.com that you approve. For example, if you mark images.google.com as approved, your supervised user can open images.google.com. However, they can't open google.com/images.
    • Block only this address: The supervised user won't see www.google.com, but can see www.google.co.uk.
  4. Click OK.

Tip: Use an asterisk to include every version of a web address. For example, to block country-specific versions of www.google.com (like www.google.co.uk), enter www.google.*.

Block all websites, with a few exceptions
  1. Under "Allow," select Only approved sites.
  2. Under "Approved sites," enter a website URL. For example, www.google.com.
  3. Under "Behavior," choose an option:.
    • Allow entire domain: The supervised user can see any site from the "google" domain, like mail.google.com and www.google.de.
    • Block some subdomains: The supervised user will see all web addresses owned by www.google.com except the ones you block. For example, if you block images.google.com, the supervised user will still be able to see news.google.com.
    • Allow only this address: The supervised user can see any site with www.google.com, but can't see www.google.co.uk.
  4. Click OK.

Tip: Use an asterisk to include every version of a web address. For example, to block country-specific versions of www.google.com (like www.google.co.uk), enter www.google.*.

Prevent supervised users from switching to an unsupervised account

By default, supervised users can switch to another Chrome profile. If they switch to your profile, they'll be able to see your bookmarks, passwords you saved using Autofill, and other info.

To prevent others from seeing your information, lock your profile:

  1. Open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click the button with your name.
  3. Click Exit and childlock.

To switch to your profile, you'll need to sign in with your Google password.

We recommend sharing your computer only with people you trust. "Exit and childlock" helps protect your privacy, but childlock is not a strong security block against strangers.

Fix a problem

If you're having problems creating a supervised user, make sure that Chrome is signed in with your Google Account. Learn more about signing into Chrome.

Megan is a Google Chrome expert and the author of this help page. Help her improve this article by leaving feedback below.

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