Parents' Guide to

Whatsgoodly

By Amanda Bindel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 18+

Racy, anonymous polling meant for colleges, not for kids.

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Because of its use of geolocation, anonymity, focus on college students, and iffy content, Whatsgoodly is best left to older teens. Polls range from thought-provoking ("Would you rather live a long, average life; a short remarkable life; or never die but nobody knows you?") to frivolous ("Best drunk eating? Taco Bell, pizza, leftover Chipotle, or hamburger") with plenty of raunch mixed in. Users can report inappropriate content with a tap, but there's no way to hide or restrict the content. And then there are the comments, which can turn even thoughtful questions into R-rated commentary.

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