Slide to adjust the timed web
surfing limits for each day and the total surf time allowed per week.
the slider to the rightmost position will enable unlimited time use.
The Surf Filter selects the level
of filtering applied to any
user-entered website addresses. Given the rate
of change of websites on the Internet, no filter can be perfect. If you
have specific sites that you want to be certain are blocked, enter the
sites in the Block list described below.
- the minimum filtering blocks websites in categories such as
adult, phishing, search engines, and spyware.
- blocks websites in Low, plus those in categories such as
dating, drugs, gambling, guns, liquor sales, violence, and weapons.
- blocks websites in Low and Med, plus those in
categories such as ads, chat, instant messaging, games, online payment,
social networking, and webmail.
Choose how much of the
SurfBalance catalog you would like to be
displayed. If set to None, you can still see any of the sites which you
have entered in the Allow list.
Choose whether a user can enter a
website URL (i.e. www.disney.com)
into the SurfBalance browser. If set to OFF, a user can still see any
of the sites in the catalog (unless it is set to None) and any sites
which you have entered in the Allow list.
To enhance and personalize
filtering, you can enter specific sites to
either the Allow list or the Block list by selecting the appropriate
button in the toolbar while viewing the website.
The Site-level Allow/Block
Control shows you all of the sites in the selected
catalog view and any other sites which you have added to the Allow
list. For example, you may want to allow access to a specific game
leave the Surf Filter set to block other game sites.
The Blocked Site List shows you
all of the sites which you would
like blocked in addition to sites blocked according
to your Surf Filter setting. If you
later remove the site from the Blocked list, the site will be moved to
the Allowed site list.
The Review list provides links to
sites which have been blocked, where
the user has requested permission to visit the sites. From the review
list, you can visit the site and decide whether to move it to either
the Allow or Block list.
The review list also shows the
top used sites, which you can visit and
move to the Block list if desired.
Choose if and when the browser
enters full screen mode - OFF, on single tap,
or automatically at the end of each page load.
Set this switch ON to
block user form submissions. Note that
this may block login pages in addition to standard web form pages.
Set this switch ON to block phone
number to phone dialing links.
Enter up to two email addresses,
an optional device name, then select the
desired report frequency to receive usage
reports. These reports show the amount of time spent at sites by
category and the most highly used sites in the past day or week of use.