Content Filtering for Managed Chrome Devices and Browsers

Rawstream for Chrome is a CIPA compliant web filter for Chromebooks and managed Chrome browsers. Flexible policies allow you to block content by category, time of day, and time quota. Nearly unlimited Block and Allow lists are supported if you need to control access to specific domains.

Deploying the Rawstream for Chrome extension takes just a few simple steps. First step is to take note of the Extension ID and the URL. You can find these values in the Rawstream Console under Settings.

Rawstream for Chrome Settings

Rawstream for Chrome Settings


Then, login to the Google Admin console, and enter the Extension ID and URL. You can deploy the extension for all users or to specific organisational units.

Google Apps Add Extension Dialogue

Google Apps Add Extension Dialogue


For step-by-step instruction please refer to the technical documentation.

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