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Allow Parental control over Club access

I have discovered that there are several public groups that contain graphic content. For example, a quick search of "trending groups" includes several anime groups with very ****** pictures on their feeds, and a couple of "**** women" groups with similar content. Whether or not a family member is allowed to join a group, he can still easily access this content.

I changed my son's privacy settings to see created content from friends only, which solved the access problem. These clubs can still be viewed, but their feeds now say that no one has posted anything. Unfortunately it also prevents him from being able to play Fortnite, which apparently contains community content within the game.

It seems to me that a simple solution would be to update the family settings to allow for an option where clubs could only be viewed with permission from the parent account. That way the content settings could be changed but these public clubs would still not be accessible. Is something like that possible?

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