I have a fairly typical Microsoft family based on four separate Microsoft accounts:
- two accounts for parents,
- two accounts for the children.
The weekly activity reports by e-mail of both children are activated.
We live in Poland and Polish is our mother tongue, but in the interest of Microsoft Family, everything is configured in English (the page itself loads in English), because we (the parents) have all our browsers installed in English. primary language.
Every week, I receive a report in English with my name at the beginning. My wife does not receive any type of report.
The best part is that our children receive these reports too:
- both receive each weekly report in two copies,
- the first copy is in English and titled with my name,
- the second copy is in Polish and bears the title with the name of my wife.
What do I forget here? Why do children receive reports about their activities? They should not in my opinion. If they should (according to Microsoft), then why these reports are titled with the names of the parents.
I have never defined who, when and in what language should receive reports. I've just created a Microsoft family consisting of two adult Microsoft accounts and two Microsoft kids accounts. And I checked the button for each child to generate weekly reports.
Is it some kind of bug that we get all these reports in some sort of strange combination? Is there an option to control this functionality (ie, decide who and when will get these reports and – more importantly – prevent children from receiving them)?