Overview of the Deledao Parent Portal for School-issued Devices
What is the Deledao Parent Portal?
The Deledao Parent Portal is available to parents with children that attend schools with subscriptions to Deledao Education. The Parent Portal allows parents to set at-home policies for school-issued devices and to monitor their children's online activities.
For personal devices (not school-issued), Deledao offers the Deledao Family service.
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How to Access the Deledao Parent Portal
You will receive an invitation email from your school IT staff. Inside the email, there is a sign-up URL link. Clicking on the link will take you to our Parent Portal page:
Now you will automatically start to receive weekly web activity reports for the student through email. However, you also have access to our web portal to see more detailed reports and configure additional at-home policies for school devices. Click “Create a password” to set a password now, or just click “Take a look now” to see what you can do with the Parent Portal without setting a password.
In the future, you can also directly go to https://portals.deledao.com/#/parent-signin to sign in to the web portal. We recommend bookmarking this page.
If you’ve forgotten your password, just click “forgot password” and enter your email address. An email will be sent to you with instructions on how to create or reset your password.
The dashboard gives you a quick overview of the student’s web activities and policy violations.
The reports section gives you more details about the student’s activities and violations.
There are three sections, All, Blocked, and Allowed, which let you view the student's complete (both blocked and allowed), blocked, and allowed activities. You can type words (e.g. category name, website name) in the search box to quickly find the ones that are interesting to you.
You can also use the Searches, Videos, and Social Sites filters to quickly find specific types of activities.
At-Home Policy Configuration
You can configure additional at-home policies for school devices. Note that:
You cannot view or set policies that take effect while your students are on campus.
Some features are available to you only if the school administrators have enabled them.
You cannot override the settings of the at-home policy set by the school admins. For
instance, if the school at-home policy stipulates that games websites are blocked at home and you try to unblock the games category, the games websites will still be blocked. The school settings are indicated by the red checkmarks next to the options.
Configuring Privacy Protection, Content Safety, and Blocked Categories
On this page, you can configure the following policies when your students are at home.
Content safety. YouTube and Google also have built-in safe mode, although they’re not doing a good job filtering out bad content and we consider them far inferior to our real-time content analysis engines. You can set them to enabled to have some extra peace of mind.
Blocked categories. You can configure additional categories of webpages to block at home.
The categories with red checkmarks are currently being blocked by the at-home policies set by the school administrators. They will be blocked regardless of whether you check or uncheck them.
However, the school policies can change from time to time and certain categories currently blocked by the school might become unblocked in the future. To make sure they’re always blocked at home, you’re encouraged to check those categories even if they have red checks already.
On this page you can set additional websites or webpages to be blocked at home.
If you enter a domain name (e.g. cnn.com), all webpages in this domain will be blocked (e.g. www.cnn.com/index.html).
If you enter a URL (e.g. cnn.com/europe/), all webpages whose URLs start with it will be blocked (e.g. cnn.com/europe/index.html).
If you enter a YouTube video URL (e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Fwf7CJnbLU), you will be prompted to select whether you want to block the video only, the video’s channel, the video’s categories, or some other keywords that appear in the video description.
This is configured the same way as the blacklist, except that webpages listed in the whitelist will be always allowed. The whitelist takes precedence over the blacklist. That is, if a URL is matched by both the blacklist and the whitelist, it will be allowed.