If you don’t know how to delete Amazon Alexa voice history, we are going to help you out. Amazon says Alexa saves recordings to improve the user experience and to offer more accurate results. It learns from these recordings, presumably to learn how you speak and the kinds of things you ask for.
If you are concerned about your privacy, deleting these voice recordings is really easy. You can access your data and play those recordings. Then, you can delete your Amazon Alexa voice history.
How to delete Amazon Alexa voice history?
To be able to delete Amazon Alexa voice history, you need to follow a series of steps:
- Open the Alexa app.
- Tap on “More” in the bottom bar, then tap on “Settings” in the list.
- Tap on “Alexa Privacy.”
- Next, tap on “Review Voice History.”
This opens your Amazon Alexa voice history, including all recordings you can play. If you want to delete a particular recording, you can search for it and delete it afterward. You can also select by date range, including all history, and then delete those recordings.
If you weren’t able to delete everything at once after following the steps we’ve mentioned above, there is another easy way to do it:
- Open a browser and go to the Manage Your Amazon Content and Devices section.
- Then, click on Privacy Settings, then Alexa Privacy.
Click on Review voice history.
- On the next page, you will see a drop-down menu.
- Select “All history.”
- You are now seeing all of your Alexa voice data and there is a big blue link you can click on.
- You will get a pop-up warning when you click on that link.
- You will need to confirm that you want to delete everything.
That’s it! You’ve successfully deleted your Amazon Alexa voice history.