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How to Set Up Parental Controls in the Sonos App

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Introduction

Sonos allows you to set parental controls in order to restrict explicit content. It's currently only available for Amazon Music and Apple Music but may expand to other services eventually.

Parental controls are applied to all Sonos devices at once by way of the Sonos App. This guide will demonstrate how to enable it for all the Sonos devices in your home.
Before You Begin:
  • Have your mobile device ready.
You must have the Sonos app installed.
Sonos app lock screen

1 Configuring Parental Controls

  1. Open the Sonos app.
  2. Tap More to open an additional menu.
    Selecting the more tab
  3. Select Settings.
    Selecting settings
  4. Select Parental Controls.
    Selecting parental controls
  5. Toggle Explicit Content Filtering to On.
    Sonos App Parental Control Content Filtering

Parental Controls is a password protected feature. When you turn Parental Controls on or off you will be prompted to log into your Sonos account before the change is made. 

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Sonos allows you to set parental controls in order to restrict explicit content. It's currently only available for Amazon Music and Apple Music but may expand to other services eventually.

Parental controls are applied to all Sonos devices at once by way of the Sonos App. This guide will demonstrate how to enable it for all the Sonos devices in your home.
Before You Begin:
  • Have your mobile device ready.
You must have the Sonos app installed.
Sonos app lock screen
  1. Open the Sonos app.
  2. Tap More to open an additional menu.
    Selecting the more tab
  3. Select Settings.
    Selecting settings
  4. Select Parental Controls.
    Selecting parental controls
  5. Toggle Explicit Content Filtering to On.
    Sonos App Parental Control Content Filtering

Parental Controls is a password protected feature. When you turn Parental Controls on or off you will be prompted to log into your Sonos account before the change is made.