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Example Flow 2.0 – Treat All Users as Kids

Developer Requirements

This flow illustrates a use case where the developer requires the following:

  1. All users are treated as kids
  2. All users have to therefore provide their parent’s email address
  3. All users will gain access to the app after completing the sign up process butfeatures that require parental consent will be disabled.
    • All users can then request access to these features from their parents once logged into the app.

Summary

If you’re developing an app that is specifically targeted at kids and want to treat all users as kids, we recommend this flow.

If you expect users that are not kids to also use your app, consider implementing ‘Example Flow 1.0’ instead. Treating such users as kids is likely to negatively impact your conversion funnel due to the added parental consent steps (which will be irrelevant for them).
At registration, you may choose not to collect a date of birth since all users are treated the same regardless of age.

Updated on 29/08/2019

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