How to distinguish adult behavior from the behavior of children in the mobile app?
I have an app to aid in teaching children English. There are paid features and parent section with statistics, to enable parents to see how engaged the child. Also there is the button send feedback. This section often strikes children. Different captcha type write the numbers "three five eight" doesn't help. The complexity of the captcha discourages the parents. Is there any known method on the behavior of user apps to understand that it is an adult or what child is this?
And simply "close" its parent function by a password/pincode - isn't this method?
Ricardo86 answered on April 19th 20 at 12:09
No way. I'm 30 and I act like a child.
Dorcas.Krajcik56 answered on April 19th 20 at 12:11
Authorize via Classmates or the website services.
So so of course the idea, but
Dale_Graham answered on April 19th 20 at 12:13
I like the answer @Dorcas.Krajcik56 - no need to rely on heuristics need to request that by definition can only be that of an adult.
Jazly answered on April 19th 20 at 12:15
Define what is adult and child, then we can start.
PS Why you do not want the child to be able to see my stats?
camilla.Schaden answered on April 19th 20 at 12:17
easier to read the extra 5-15 emails a day.
I have a similar problem.
But the gist of it is that I don't use no system of tracking cases.
Ie opening the letter, I immediately decide I'm going to answer it or not.
So letters hang in unread. It's unnerving.
And pre-sorting will solve my problem.
So that the limit in the application, I will
to tie itself the automation of incoming.
Nonsense, spam to ignore. The questions in the case - the flag to answer.