Make Google forget what you’ve said with a few quick taps
Google Assistant records the things you say to it so it can get better at understanding you.
It’s super easy to go back and look through all the things you’ve said to Assistant in case you want to delete any of them.
1. Open the Assistant app on your phone
2. Tap the circle in the top right corner
3. Scroll down and tap “Your Data in the Assistant”
4. Under “Your recent activity” tap “Assistant activity”
5. Scroll through your activity. If you see specific activity you want to delete, tap the “X” next to it. (If you want to delete an entire day’s activity, tap the trash icon next to the date.)
Pro Tip #1: Remember, you can always say “Hey Google, that wasn’t for you” to delete the last thing you said to Assistant (this is handy for when Google “wakes up” even when you weren’t talking to it).
Pro Tip #2: You can also auto-delete activity older than 3, 18 and 36 months. If you want to enable this, after step #4, tap “Auto-delete” and choose how far back you want her to delete.
Pro Tip #3: When you’re on step #4, you can also tap “Google activity” to see (and delete) your recent Google searches by day, ads you were shown in gmail, Google Map searches and more.