Third-party sites & apps with access to your child’s account

Important: Third-party apps and sites are created by companies or developers that aren’t Google.

Manage access to third-party sites & apps

Third-party apps may request access to sensitive information from your child’s Google Account. Sensitive information can include your child’s location, selfies, and communications with family and friends. Learn about the risks.

With Family Link

  1. Select your child.
  2. On the "Settings" card, tap Manage and then Parent settings.
    • Or tap Manage Settings.
  3. Tap Controls for third party apps.
  4. Select the level of control for third-party apps.
  5. To review which sites and apps have access, select Manage third party app access.

With a web browser

  1. Go to g.co/YourFamily. You may need to sign in.
  2. Below "Members," select your child.
  3. Select Account info and then Controls for third party apps.
  4. To review which sites and apps have access, select Manage third party app access.

Tip: When you allow access, you can find a full list of the third-party apps and sites with permission to access your child's account.

Remove third-party access from specific apps

Important: You can remove access at any time. You may need to request that the third party delete the data they already have.

With Family Link

  1. Select your child.
  2. On the "Settings" card, tap Manage or Manage Settings.
  3. Tap Controls for third party apps and then Manage third party app access.
  4. Select the app you want to remove access from and tap Remove access.

With a web browser

  1. Go to g.co/YourFamily. You may need to sign in.
  2. Below "Members," select your child.
  3. Select Account info and then Controls for third party apps and then Manage third party app access
  4. Select the app you want to remove access from and click Remove access.
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