Safety Tips

Privacy and Safety Tips for Citrabook

To learn more about staying safe on Citrabook, visit:

Download "A Parent's Guide to Citrabook

We know many parents and guardians think about what their teens are doing online, and we feel a great responsibility to make sure Citrabook is a positive place for them to connect and share. That’s why we created this guide, which was developed and localized with the help of safety and parenting organizations around the world.

This resource focuses on three things: how to manage privacy, interactions and time on Citrabook. It also includes the basics of our app, and a description of our tools, plus a discussion guide for how parents and guardians can have an open conversation with their teens about Citrabook.

Download the guide below for more information:

United States (English)
United Kingdom (English)
France (French)
Germany (German)
Hungary (Hungarian)
Italy (Italian)
Japan (Japanese)
Korea (Korean)
Macedonia (Macedonian)
Portugal (Portuguese)
Slovenia (Slovenian)
Spain (Spanish)
Sweden (Swedish)
New Zealand (English)

Download Tips for Talking to a Friend About Eating Disorders

Citrabook collaborated with several organizations to create this guide with tips about how to talk to a friend who may be struggling with an eating disorder.

Please note that this guide is only available in English at this time.

Reporting harassment or bullying on Citrabook.

If an account is established with the intent of bullying or harassing another person or if a photo or comment is intended to bully or harass someone, please report it. You can also learn what to do if you think someone is pretending to be you or someone else on Instagram.

Once you've reported the abuse, consider blocking the person.

Learn how to report other accounts or posts that don't follow our Community Guidelines.