“Hello Google.. What’s the closest Italian restaurant to my location?”
“Hello Google.. Turn off the lights, please.
“Hello Google.. Is it going to rain today?”
These are some of the questions we constantly ask for a Google smart assistant, Who hears us and responds to our orders and we can connect it to our other smart devices such as lighting and locking the door!
But all this information that google assistant knows about us, It might make us a little worried about our privacy, Whether from Google itself, Or from any intruder, This is why we are looking for a way to delete your voice search history from Google.
In this article, we will show Android users ways to delete activities and questions on Google Assistant.
Same to you Before deleting.
Why does Google Assistant store your questions and activities?
Store your questions and previous activities with Google Assistant, helps him provide more specialized answers, Because he knows your interests and the most prominent problems you may have suffered from, Highlight your preferences. In short, you’ll feel smarter and smarter thanks to how much information he knows about you.
But if you don’t want much to know about you constantly, Here are the deletion steps.
How do you delete your voice search history on Google Assistant?
Firstly: Delete activity through voice commands
All you have to do is talk to Google Assistant with a sentence like:
“Hey Google, I want to delete my last conversation,” Or “I’d like to delete today’s or week’s activity.”
secondly: Delete a specific activity
You may have asked google assistant to remember information in a conversation with him over the phone or through your Google Account, Now you want to delete this activity.
On your phone:
- Click and hold the home screen button or say “Ok Google.”
- In your conversation with Google Assistant, Find the activity you want to delete.
- Click and hold on to this activity.
- Related activities will be highlighted and the group will then be deleted.
In your GoogleAccount:
Go to the Google Assistant Activity page, After signing in, of course.
Find the activity you want to delete, You can filter activities by date.
Click on the more icon and then click Delete.
thirdly: Delete all Assistant activities Google“At once”
Google warns you here that if you choose to delete all activities, Deleting from your other devices may take a whole day. As for the steps, they are as follows:
Go to the Google Assistant Activity page in your Google Account.
At the top left of the page, Click “More” and then “Delete activity by.”
Under “Delete activity by” Choose “All Times”, Then click Delete.
fourthly: Automatic deletion of activity
On your Android device you can automatically delete some activities in your Google Account, Follow the following steps:
- Open Settings, Google, and manage your Google Account.
- Click on “Data and Customization/Data & Personalization.”
- Within “activity controls”, Click manage your activity controls/Manage your activity controls.”
- Below “Web and App Activity,” “YouTube History” or “Site History,” Click on automatic deletion.
- Click the option for how long you want to keep your activity, then “confirm” and “next.”
Why would your deleted activity still exist?
Sometimes you take steps to delete the activity on Google Assistant, But you’re surprised he’s still there. The problem will often be due to other devices that are not connected to the Internet.
You may delete the activity from a device and continue to appear on another device that was not connected to the Internet, Here, once you connect to the Internet, the activity will be automatically removed.
Your data is treasure. Don’t underestimate her!
In the end, We must remind you that all your data, such as your personal and health information, preferences, interests and business appointments, are a treasure trove for you, And for others!
Companies and governments are gasping today for more information about us, Either to target us with her ads, or to be used for other purposes. And even though smart assistants save us a lot of time and effort, But we have to be smarter than them, And we don’t leave all our data on a silver platter!