2 weeks ago
You can now further configure your content policy with additional categories and subcategories under Policies > Content policy.
Schools can use the changes to enforce a stricter overall policy by blocking all content and then allowing just the sites that students may need. They can also use to have more granular control over what sites students may have access to.
Admins will be able to block all the same categories in JSI as they would be in Data Policy. This gives schools more granularity when deciding the sorts of content that students should be able to access.
For example, one of the requested categories was "Other Shopping" as schools found students using iPads for online shopping during schools hours.
The "Uncategorized" category will also be made available. This would allow admins to block all content that isn't in a JSI content category.
Schools can use the above changes to enforce a stricter overall policy by blocking all content and then allowing just the sites that students may need.
For more information, see Content Policy Sites and Categories.