With Spotify, you have access to millions of songs. The music streaming service's large library helps to make sure every user's musical thirst is satisfied. However, not all the songs are proper for young ears, and the platform has done something about that in its latest update. In this article, we explore a comprehensive tutorial on how to setup parental controls for Spotify family.
Spotify recently added parental controls to its "Premium Family" plan that will help you to filter explicit content for specific family members. The update was initially unveiled in Ireland in September, but it should be available in regions where Spotify Premium Family exists very soon.
If you have the update already, or if you wish to know what to do when you get it, this is How To Set Up Parental Controls For Spotify Family?:
Parental Controls For Spotify Premium Family
Deactivating explicit content is not complicated and it functions on a per-family member basis. As soon as you set this up for a family member, explicit music titles will be greyed out for that kid, and he or she will not be able to listen to them. The only person who will be able to adjust these controls is the Spotify Premium Family account holder.
See instructions for enabling parental controls for Premium Family accounts on your computer and mobile phone: