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FAQ Spotlight: How to Use the Mobicip Reports Function

MOBICIPNEWS on August 26, 2011

This spotlight is a continuation of our recent FAQ Spotlight: How to monitor your child’s Internet activity using Mobicip Premium where we reviewed setting up email reports using Mobicip Premium. Now that you know how to setup the reports, let us teach you how to use the reports function.

1.    Once you have set up an E-mail Report, and the child has had sufficient time to browse the Internet on their device, click on the “Reports” tab.
Mobicip Reports Function


2.    Make sure that the correct user is selected.
3.    Then make sure that you select either “Allowed” to see only websites that Mobicip has allowed to be viewed, “Blocked” to view only the websites that Mobicip has blocked, or “All Websites” to see both.
Mobicip Reports Function FAQ

4.    When websites have been blocked, the reason for the block will also be noted.
FAQ Mobicip Reports Function

5.    Finally, a graph will be shown next to the history of data. This shows the types of categories that can, and have, been blocked by Mobicip in a circular graph.
Mobicip reports function FAQ


That’s it! An email report will also be sent to the email address you provided with a break-down of websites viewed, as well!

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