Microsoft already offers several family settings on Xbox for parents to manage the gaming experience of their children. Parents have features for screen time management, purchase limits, content filters, and privacy. Microsoft today announced that it is adding a new setting for cross-network enabled games. Fortnite is the first game to feature this new cross-play settings. With this setting, parents can manage cross-network scenarios for their children who play on Xbox. Parents can now allow or block both cross-network play and cross-network communication, on their child’s account.
You can learn more about existing family settings available on Xbox from the source link below.