After various cases of reported data leaks, confidentiality seems to have become the main concern of every user. They are even willing to sacrifice some of the features if this ensures a safe and secure environment for working. Plus, most often, these are the little things that users forget to keep an eye on. Do you remember the last time you checked the data shared with Google Assistant? Probably not. It is time for you to take a look and decide what research you need and do not need to do. It is never advisable to keep personal data stored with an application for a long time. So, if you want to view and delete your Google Assistant history, see the instructions below. Plus, if Assistant is your favorite app, do not forget to check out 3 exciting updates from Google Assistant.
Delete the history of the Google Assistant
Google has made the steps to remove the search history on its products quite easy and transparent. Just follow the steps below to delete your Google Assistant search history.
- Open the Wizard application saying OK Google or Hey Google.
- Press the compass icon present at the bottom right. This will open the To explore menu.
- Then press your Avatar (located at the top right) and select My activity.
- This will take you to the Google Assistant Activity page.
- Scroll down and you will see all your search history.
- If you'd like to delete a particular Google Assistant search, just tap the three vertical dots next to it and select Remove.
- However, if you want to delete the full history of today, press the recycle bin icon next to the date mentioned.
- To delete all your Google Assistant search history, scroll up. Tap the three vertical dots next to Find your activity text zone.
- Select the Delete activity by option.
- Finally, choose from the available options.
With this, we conclude the guide on how to delete the search history of the Google Assistant. Although, if Google Assistant has more of your data, it can better serve you. But there are always associated risks. Most of you may have also started using the wizard app to allow it to read messages from Whatsapp and other third-party mail applications. It does not seem wise to store all this information on their servers for quite a long time. Act before it's too late.
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