The Supervised user is created in Google Chrome to keep an eye on the activity of a user that uses your system for browsing the internet. If you do not have such users left then, you may delete the supervised user account from google chrome as it is of no use. In this article, I have explained the steps for How to delete a Supervised user in Google Chrome?
Steps to delete a Supervised user in Google Chrome:
Step 1: Open the Google Chrome window and Sign-in using your credentials. Now click on the menu button present at the top right corner of your Chrome window. Among the popped options click on Settings.
Step 2: A new Settings tab will get opened in the same window. Scroll down till you find People section. Under People section, you can see how many supervised users you have created. Like I have created only one supervised user i.e. Student.
Now to manage the supervised user’s accounts click on Supervised Users Dashboard, that is present at the bottom of People section.
Step 3: A new Supervised Users tab will get opened in the same window. It shows the supervised users dashboard. Under Supervised user section present to the extreme left of the window, click on the Student, it will particularly open Student user’s dashboard.
Step 4: In the Student user dashboard, we can see view three sections. Supervised user section, Permission section and Activity section. Under Permission section you can allow or block access to particular sites. Under Activity section, you can see the sites, your supervised user has visited.
Under Supervised User section, you have a delete button click on it to delete the supervised user.