Simple Parental Controls
When my 16 year old had a quest, he was using the internet and talking to online players. I did not want him to be able to do that. When we visited Best Buy, they had a demo there that a lady from Oculus showed us. We asked her about parental controls and she assured us that when we download the oculus app on our phones, we can set age restrictions, block the browser, set time limits and also block online interaction. Just do these simple things, and I will gladly let my son get a quest again.
Personally I think 16 is a bit old for this kind of parental control. One possible option would be if you jumped into his cast from your phone once or twice when he is playing. You can hear and see what his is doing from this. If you really don’t trust him this might be a good alternative than fully getting rid of his quest
Sarah P commented
Please put parental controls on the Oculus! My 10 year old son loves it but I can't police him all the time and he can access anything on there. It was his favorite birthday gift of all time so I don't want to take it away but might have to.
Benjamin Wilson commented
I think it should also include what apps can be opened as well. Kids go into some adults rooms all the time. It drives us nuts. For instance Altspace. Its okay they use it but not to go into the rooms labeled adults only.
Barrett Ray commented
I feel like sixteen years old is a bit... much. But to respond to the main point, I feel that this will not be added ever simply because of the fact that small children are not supposed to have a Quest in the first place, and parents generally do not block access to the internet for teenagers (can't link poll here, but check first result on Google)
Giving this a bump. I'm setting up my old Quest for my grandosn for Xmas. We NEED some sort of parental filter where we can disable certain content. Oculus is meant to be about families. Come on Oculus.
i agree my parents got rid of my quest