TikTok, Snapchat, Fortnite and moreAvailable for order again: flyer for young people on popular services

A large proportion of young people in Germany use messenger, social media and video games. They should be aware of possible dangers and know where to find help. klicksafe has therefore published a series of flyers on the most popular services. Their content has now been updated and they can be ordered in the new design.


The flyer for the popular app TikTok informs young people about important safety and privacy settings. It also contains helpful tips on what to do in the event of cyberbullying or harassment. It also contains links and tips on useful additional services for young people on the Internet.

You can also find more information about TikTok in our TikTok topic area.


The flyer on the instant messaging app Snapchat explains to young people which settings are important in the app. In addition to tips on what to do in the event of cyberbullying and harassment, it also presents support services for young people.

You can also find more information about Snapchat in our Snapchat topic area.


The flyer contains practical tips and information about the popular online game "Fortnite Battle Royale". What should young people keep in mind if younger siblings want to play along? How do they keep track of their playing time? How do they avoid falling into the download trap or spending too much pocket money on in-game purchases? All these questions are answered in the flyer.

You can also find more information about Fortnite in our article "Is Fortnite safe for children?".


WhatsApp is by far the most used Internet service by children and young people in Germany. In this flyer on the popular messenger, we have collected all the important information on its use. It covers the correct technical settings and the right way to behave in the event of harassment. Young people will also find links to further information on the topic.

You can also find more information about WhatsApp in our WhatsApp topic area.

Digital moral courage

Countering digital hate requires "digital moral courage. Students in particular need support and encouragement to stand up for others and not just watch. When and how can I intervene if a person is being bullied online? How do I report content? Who can I turn to if I have questions? The flyer aims to answer these questions for young people and show how help can be provided digitally.

You can also find more information on the topic in the articles From bystander to upstander - Tips for young people on cyberbullying and Reporting illegal content quickly and anonymously.

The flyers for Youtube and Instagram are also currently being revised and will soon be available for order again. Until then, you can download the flyers in the old design here: