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Choose continue, and then on the next screen, you'll be able to create your new passkey.
As you can see, the right hand side of the screen shows you the selection of inputs you can choose from, and a digit each input represents.
When it comes to parental controls, one of the most powerful things you can do is control which games your child can access according to their age rating, effectively blocking your child from accessing games, films, TV shows or even music by age.
This next section will talk you through how to do that.
The Xbox One is an all singing, all dancing, "connected" media machine - and as such, comes with a huge raft of features designed to help keep you and your family safe.
With some of the most extensive parental controls seen on a console, there's certainly a lot to take in here - so we've put together a handy, step by step guide that will talk you through setting up parental controls on the Xbox One.
This lets you choose a passkey that has a real meaning (and so should be more memorable) rather than one that's simply a selection of random buttons.
Instead, all the options are locked, so only you, as the adult in their Xbox One family can tweak them.As there's a lot to get through - and a heck of a lot of choice - we also offer our recommended settings, to ensure a console that's safe, secure, but also not too restricting for your little ones.If you're looking for answers on a specific question, though, feel free to skip to the relevant highlights, using the handy shortcuts below: Getting Started Add a Child Account Prevent access to your Adult Account with a Passkey Parental Controls - The Basics How to block access to games and films by PEGI or BBFC rating How to block certain sites from being accessed through the web browser Parental Controls - The Rest How to block people seeing if you're online on Xbox Live How to block people seeing what films and media you've been watching How to block voice chat and text messaging on Xbox One How to block access to your Xbox Live Profile on Xbox One How to block access to your game and app history How to block access to your TV and On-Demand video history How to block access to your music history How to block access to your Xbox Live friends list How to block access to your game clips and screenshots How to block access to your exercise info and history How to prevent your Xbox Live activity, screenshots and game clips being shared on social media How to prevent an account from buying things on the Xbox Store How to block access to online multiplayer gameplay on Xbox Live How to block access to video chat on Xbox Live How to block an account adding friends on Xbox Live How to block others on Xbox Live from seeing your real name How to block friends of friends from being able to see your real name on Xbox Live How to prevent your child from viewing others' Xbox Live profiles How to prevent your child from seeing other player's shared screenshots and video clips How to block your child from sharing your game clips and screenshots How to prevent users sharing Kinect footage on social media How to prevent users sharing your clips, activity and achievements on social media How to block your child from live streaming/gameplay broadcasting on Xbox One How to block the Xbox One sending voice data to Microsoft How to block the Xbox One sending voice search data to Microsoft On the Xbox One, children will have their very own child account.To do this, on the home screen, push left on the control pad to bring up the side menu, select Settings - If you haven't already, you can choose to add your child's account to your family now, by selection "Add to family", then choosing their account from the selection that pops up.Once that's done, you can start to set up the parental controls properly.