OurPact will never block your child’s device without a command to do so. This means that if you set a timed manual grant, the device won’t default into a block state once that grant period ends unless the device would otherwise be blocked.
There are only three ways that a child device will block at the end of a timed manual grant:
- If there is a scheduled block in place when that time is up
- If Allowance is enabled, blocking the device by default at all times
- If View is enabled on an iOS device, blocking the device by default at all times
The manual grant feature was designed to allow for granting device access on top of scheduled blocks, without your child having to 'play' into Allowance time or the need to disable a recurring schedule.
If you really enjoy granting access, you could consider setting up multiple block schedules to grant access on top of using the timed grant commands as needed.
Otherwise, please understand that the device will be in a default granted state and you should be setting timed blocks as needed to limit access outside of schedules.
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