To make sure Quizlet is a suitable study environment for everyone, we have several safety-focused restrictions on accounts used by younger users.
Quizlet requires a user under the age of 13 (or sometimes older, if required by local law) to sign up for a Quizlet account using their parent's email address. When the account is created, Quizlet sends a message to the provided email address to let you know that your child has created an account. That email also gives you information about the choices you and your child have to protect their privacy. We also ask you to confirm your child's account. Users in certain locations must have their parent confirm their consent via a confirmation email before they can create and edit study sets.
If you're having trouble confirming your child's account, make sure you're logged in to the email address your child provided when signing up. To see which email address the confirmation email was sent to, check the Email Confirmation section in your child's Settings. The confirmation email can be sent again from this section. Here's how to resend a confirmation message.
If your child has forgotten their password, it can be reset.
Updating account information
Parents have the opportunity to review and update information on their child's account. This information can be accessed by logging in to your child's Quizlet account and going to their Settings. If you need to update the email address associated with your child's account, please contact us from the email address currently associated with their account.
To keep Quizlet a safe space for all learners, younger users are not able to:
- Upload their own profile images
- Upload custom audio or images, regardless of account type or subscription
- Create folders
- Create publicly visible sets
- Create diagram sets
- Create classes
- Create Magic Notes
- Study with Q-Chat
- Add sets to classes or folders
- Share sets
- Embed sets
- Change their username
Some product offerings may require that users be of an age other than the age of consent for their region. Additionally, users in certain locations may be unable to create or edit study sets until a parent has confirmed their consent via a confirmation email. Here's how to resend the confirmation message.
Deleting an account
All users can go to their Settings to delete their account. Parents of younger users can also contact us to request that we delete their child's account. To verify that the request is coming from the parent, we require that it be sent from the parent's email address associated with the child's account.