In the summer holidays, I would like to “unpause” the WiFi when I’m at work only once my teenagers have sent me a photo (using 4G, of course) proving they’ve done their chores for the day e.g. tidy kitchen.
Any ideas of if/how I could achieve this using BT Whole Home given that I’ll not be on the WiFi network at the time? I don’t think the usual “Pause” facilities would work but could I use the Guest WiFi in some way? Perhaps setting a new password for that each day and tell them it when chores are done?
maybe you can think of something easier?
Trust your kids?
They will circumvent any restrictions anyway.
If they have 4G, what's the point of blocking wifi anyway?
I don’t mind them texting their friends but it’s the constant YouTube and Netflix that distracts them - they’ve not got enough data to do that
interestingly, they think my “get the chores done” scheme is actually a good idea!
Hi @janette35 I don't believe there are any features within the Whole Home wifi equipment that will work for this purpose but have you considered setting up parental controls these are applied at network level and you can customise them to come on and off at specific times or you can turn them on on or off by logging into your BT ID.
Hi you can not currently do anything with Whole Home. However if you can lock away the WiFi kit. Purchase a WiFi extender hotspot like BT Essentials Wi-Fi Extender 300 or somthing that is not power line and smart plug about £25. (See BT shop) you could power up the WiFi hotspot over the web.