If you want to supervise the activities of users, using your system for browsing internet. Then creating a supervised account for those users is the best option. Google Chrome allow you to create and manage the supervised account. So let us begin with the steps of How to create and manage Supervised Users in Google Chrome?
Steps to create and manage Supervised Users in Google Chrome:
Mark the checkbox beside “Supervise this person to control and view the websites they visit from your Google Account“. It will make your added person, a Supervised person.
From the drop-down present at the bottom select the account you want to link to the supervised person.
At the last Click on Save.
Step 5: A Google Chrome window will pop up which will declare all the authorities of a newly created supervised Student user that we created in above steps. To view the Supervised user’s Google Chrome window click on Switch to Student.
The supervised, Student user you just created above can access all the websites. To control the access of the supervised user, you need to manage the settings of this Supervised Student user.
Step 6: Open the Chrome window with your own account, using the credentials. Go to Settings. Under People section, you can see that currently, you are using Chrome through your own account. As in front of your username, you will find the status (current).
Now to manage the Student user’s access to the web, click on “Supervised Users Dashboard“.
Step 7: A new tab Supervised User will open showing the Supervised users dashboard. Here our Supervised user is “Student” Click on Student that is under the Supervised Users section at the left of the window.
Now the student dashboard will open. You can see what activity the Student user has done at the bottom of the window under Activity section.
To Manage the Supervised user access. Click on Manage under Permission section.
Here you can either allow All of the web to the supervised user and block some selected sites, or you can allow Only approved sites to the supervised user. You can also block an entire domain. Click OK.
Step 9: Open the Chrome, Sign-in with your credentials. Click on the username at the top right of the window and click on Exit and Child Lock.