Every time you interact with your, your conversation is stored in the Alexa app.
And if you are worried about yours, or you’re not sure how to do it , Amazon has just made it easier.
You can finally delete all the interactions you have had with Alexa without opening the app. To get started, just say “Alexa, delete everything I’ve ever said.” This is a big update compared to last year’s voice command that lets you.
If you are not sure how to change the privacy settings for Alexa, your Echo can also help you. Just ask “Alexa, how do I review my privacy settings?” Alexa then sends a link to the Alexa app that says Review your privacy settings.
Click on the link to go to the Alexa Privacy page where you can review your voice history and detected sounds, as well as review your smart home device history, skill permissions and your Alexa data.
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