Messanger Kids application of Facebook now gets latest update to its under-13 chat feature. It is now easier for the children to add their friends on the platform.

Tech Crunch reported as
"Parents have to turn on a setting that creates a four-word passphrase that is used to generate these contact requests. Both parents will receive a contact request from their child and both have to approve the request before the kids can begin chatting."

Further added " "In other words, this doesn't represent a loosening of the rules around parental approvals - all contact requests still require parents' explicit attention and confirmation, as before"

With this new update, kids between the ages of six and 13 to exchange photographs, videos and text messages with their friends and with adults once they have been approved by their parents.

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