At the time we were analyzing what the Google Assistant is and what it can do. Of course, how could it be otherwise, part of that review was focused on issues related to the privacy of each user. After all, you surely know that this service is constantly recording what you say, what requests you make, etc. That is something that can be useful in the moment, but generate a bit of fear in the long run. Therefore, we are going to show you how delete Google Assistant recordings.
Indeed, if you have already become accustomed to performing certain actions through your voice and thanks to Google Assistant, but from time to time you want to clean all the data and information it has about you, it is better that you keep reading.
The interesting thing, first of all, is that Google offers the ability to erase or delete your assistant’s recordings. You will see that it is enough to follow a few simple steps to take advantage of this window that they open to us.
Delete Google Assistant recordings manually
First of all, if you are interested in deleting the Google Assistant recordings manually, on a special occasion, you just have to repeat this procedure every time you search for that result:
Open your preferred web browser Go to myaccount.google.com Log in with your Google email and password Once inside, go to the Data and Personalization section There go to Controls of your account activity and then to Activity on the web and in You will see that there is a function that says Manage Activity, and it is the one that interests us, there you can filter by date and product when you want to do it. You have to search for the Assistant When you press the Apply button, the results related to Google Assistant will immediately be displayed These results are ordered by date, and there you can view all the voice commands used When you want to get rid of any, you just have to click on the X that accompanies each one of them
How to prevent Google Assistant recordings from being saved?
Obviously, manually deleting the results is something that will not interest everyone. It happens that, even if we do, Google will have our voice commands long enough to take advantage of them. For this reason, we leave you a tutorial so that Assistant recordings are not saved:
Open your preferred web browser Go to myaccount.google.com Log in with your Google email and password Once inside, go to the Data and Personalization section There go to Controls of your account activity Find the option to Include audio recordings, and uncheck it
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