Specific filtering policies for individual students
We frequently have individual students that either need blocked from something that everyone else can access or need permission to access something nobody else can. I have to create a new OU in Google Admin just so I can create a custom whitelist/blacklist OU in GG.
Thanks for requesting student level filtering policies! We have started building the first iteration of student level policies which will provide a “Penalty Box” for specific students who need a bit more guidance on the internet. We are moving fast and are hoping to have this available before Back to School!
Product Manager for GoGuardian Admin
Barbara Kelly commented
Thanks, that seems great and I am looking forward to that as, for the time being, I have had to create individual OUs to enforce specific restrictions.
I would like to have the ability to individualize passwords for bypass purposes. We are a K-12 school, so for now when I give a US anatomy class permission to bypass a block, everyone on campus has that same window if US happens to share the password (which they will).
Karl Langer commented
Individual school sites don't have access to move students in and out of OU's in google admin. It's not feasible / sustainable to contact someone at district to handle these things, and it never will be. This would be a HUGE help and simplify enforcing technology policies tremendously.
Tiffany Wilson commented
Create an easier way to manage a "lockdown" OU for students that need very restricted access. Currently, we need to modify our Active Directory to modify our Admin Panel to sync with GoGuardian. It would be nice to have control of a restricted OU that does NOT inherit from a parent. That way, we could keep our AD/AP structure sound while also providing customization that the district/legal system requires.
Peter Iles commented
We have international students that use their device for school but we'd like to relax goguardian for them at night so they can use social networks and video streaming sites.