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Introducing the Kagi Family Plan

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of the Kagi Family Plan, a new way for families to enjoy the power of Kagi Search together.

The Kagi Family Plan is perfect for families wanting to search smarter, emphasizing learning over consumption while respecting your family’s privacy. With a simple, affordable pricing model and powerful features, the Kagi Family Plan makes it easy to get the most out of Kagi Search as a family.

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Family Plan Summary

Here’s what you need to know about the Kagi Family Plan:

Kagi for Kids

With the Kagi Family Plan, families can enjoy a safer and more productive search experience. And with two plans to choose from, you can find the one that best fits your family’s needs and budget.

How to Use the Kagi Family Plan

To sign up for the Family Plan, select the plan that fits your family’s size and needs at Kagi account creation.

Select Family Plan at account creation

Adding family members is easy, you can invite them via email through Kagi. For kids, you can use a username, and an adult will help them log in by getting a verification email.

Invite family members to the plan

The Family Plan dashboard gives you a complete picture of your family’s members.

Manage family members

The Billing screen has the overview of the plan and allows you to update payment info or cancel the subscription.

Billing screen

Unique Features

The Kagi Family Plan has unique features that make it perfect for families.

Kid-Friendly Search Experience

The Kagi Family Plan also includes a kid-friendly search experience that uses strict content filters to ensure children are not exposed to harmful content. Kid’s profile simplifies the search experience with larger text, icons, and content adjusted for kids.

Parental Controls

The Kagi Family Plan comes with parental controls that let parents manage their children’s search experience.

Restrict content

Kagi allows parents to toggle whether kids will have access to the search results on the entire web or a restricted set of sites (whitelist) only through “lenses.”

Safe search filters exclude adult material from the search results.

AI Question Answering

AI tools can be beneficial for getting quick answers to common questions, but it’s important to remember that they’re not always accurate. As part of the Kagi Family Plan, we encourage families to talk to their kids about the potential risks and benefits of AI question-answering tools. It’s important for kids to understand how these tools work and how to use them safely and responsibly in a way to nurture curiosity.

We added appropriate warnings for AI tools around the interface and a particular content-moderation filter to ensure AI output does not contain harmful content.

Instant answers for kids powered by AI


Lenses are a subset of search results that are restricted to a subset of whitelisted sites (up to 10 per lens). You can create and share multiple lenses, such as having a lens for Education, School work, or Entertainment and assign the default one to be used for searches. We allow you to export and import lenses to share with other community parents.

Manage Lenses

Parents can create lenses for children to ensure they have access to the resources they need while keeping them safe from inappropriate content.

Create a lens

Personalized Results

In addition to lenses, we include the ability for parents to completely block (ban) websites from showing in the results, or to promote useful sites. Up to 1,000 websites can be curated in this way.

Granular control over what appears in the search results

New Illustrations

Our mascot Doggo now has a lady friend, and we introduced several new and delightful illustrations throughout the interface.

Lady Doggo

Poop Avatar

Our selection of avatars for kids includes a poop avatar (which most kids find really funny), and there’s a reason why we made this choice that goes deeper than what meets the eye.

Poop Avatar

In the day and age of smartphones, social media, and instant gratification, it’s more important than ever to teach kids about identity, privacy, and online safety. That’s why we’ve made a conscious decision to include a poop avatar in our selection of avatars for kids. We aim to educate kids about responsible technology use in an engaging, lighthearted way that inspires learning through fun.

It is an opportunity to teach kids that they are not their online avatar and help them develop a healthy sense of identity and self-esteem. Online avatars are often designed to be cute, funny, or attention-grabbing, but they don’t necessarily reflect who the child is as a person.

When kids start using online identities at a young age, it’s important to help them understand that their avatar is just a representation of themselves online, and that it doesn’t define who they are in real life. This can help prevent them from feeling too attached to their online persona and from feeling hurt or embarrassed if they receive negative feedback or criticism online.

Teaching kids that they are not their online avatar can also help them understand the importance of privacy and security online. Kids need to learn how to protect their personal information and avoid sharing too much about themselves online, and understanding that their avatar is not a true reflection of who they are can help them understand why it’s important to be cautious about what they share.

At Kagi, we believe that it’s important to provide kids with a fun and engaging online experience while also teaching them important lessons about humanity, identity, privacy, and online safety. Our poop avatar is just one example of how we try to make online searching and learning more fun for kids, while also encouraging them to be thoughtful and responsible digital citizens.

Final Words

We are excited to launch the Kagi Family plan and enable families to utilize the power of the Kagi search engine in a simple, affordable and controlled manner.

You can publicly share feedback using kagifeedback.org or by emailing support@kagi.com.