Tl;dr: I'm looking for instructions for/how to fix the Xbox One parental controls setup to make that my kid require to ask for more screen time rather than setting a time limit / schedule allowed time.
I don't know how but all the members of my Microsoft Live Family were removed, so this Monday I added them again, and repeated the procedure to setup the parental control on the console including locking the creation of new accounts and setting up a guest key.
The setup for Monday, time limit 4 hours, from 4 pm to 8 pm, work fine.
The setup for yesterday (Tuesday, as well as other days of the week) was blocked the whole day and I was expecting that my kid send me a "more screen time" request but they were able to play without sending it.
How do I fix this?
The following screenshot was taken from the Screen Time Settings for my kid on the web.
On the family there are other two child accounts with the exact same settings. On the console my account is set to require a password / access key to join.
I already tried to fix this by changing from "Blocked" to "Max Schedule" but that didn't work either.
Today (Friday, September 6), while my kid is at school, it's working fine. Maybe there was a failure on the Microsoft side and someway it was fixed. Anyway, I will keep the console controls away my kid at study / rest time, at least until this works as expected for a while.
Today (Thursday, September 5) I found that the console had an account that it's not part of the family, also that the restrictions for no one signed-in was un restricted, then I figured out that the guest key wasn't in place so I added a guest key again, removed the account that isn't part of the family and changed the no one signed-in to restricted.
Maybe I forgot to sign-out and my kid used my account to change the settings.
I also found a similar recent post (August 30, 2019) on Microsoft Community
No fix yet.