It’s one thing to be a parent.
It’s another to take your child’s picture, share your thoughts, and follow their updates.
But the social network is not your mom and dad.
Here are five ways you should never follow them.
Share your thoughts in private.
Facebook lets you send out private messages to your friends, but it’s not ideal for sharing personal content.
The site has some restrictions on sharing private content with your friends but it also allows you to share a message with a friend who is also your friend, for example.
You don’t want your friend to see your Facebook feed or get suspicious.
Use your own photo and avatar.
Most Facebook pages feature photos of you or a family member, and the site uses that photo to identify you in the app.
This can be especially useful for parents who don’t feel comfortable using a picture of themselves.
But if you’re not sure if your picture is the right fit for your child, you can always change it later.
Use a different name.
You should probably use a different person’s name on your Facebook page, especially if your name isn’t your own.
Some parents prefer to use their daughter’s name or son’s name, but you may not want to share your daughter’s full name with your own child.
Post updates without your parent’s permission.
If your parent is on your page, you should consider what their approval rating on Facebook is.
Your parents may want to see if they can trust your posts, but your child may not be comfortable sharing the content without your permission.
You could even take down your page and let your child access your profile and photos.
Use an automated filter.
A Facebook filter can block some content, like spam and hate speech.
It can also filter out content that’s harmful to your child or others.
If you’re a parent who’s concerned about your child sharing inappropriate content, try using an automated tool.
This filter is free and easy to set up.