Google is rolling out a new feature called the Babycenter and Google Adwords Center, and it’s likely to cause some confusion among parents.
It allows you to select a specific child’s favorite video, and if you select the option, the video will play automatically for a certain amount of time, then it will be deleted.
In the case of the BabyCenters video, that’s around 3 seconds, but the video could be viewed by the entire family for up to 10 minutes.
The BabyCenter will not let you save or upload videos, but it does allow you to use it to manage and share the videos with others.
Here’s the official description: Google has rolled out BabyCenter as part of its parental controls initiative.
The BabyCenter lets you manage your family’s YouTube channels, search, add videos, and more.
In the future, the feature will allow parents to easily share content, like videos and photos.
Google says that it has made the Baby Center an optional feature, and there is no hard or technical reason to disable it.
Google has yet to release a release date for the feature.
You can check out the full BabyCenter feature description and more information in the article.
Parents who choose to disable the BabyCentral feature should take the time to set up an account and make sure that it’s enabled, too.
We’ve reached out to Google for comment on this story.