We all know that the activities conducted through a Google account can be traced and managed effortlessly. You may check out the websites visited, movies viewed, searches, and other items, all in one spot.
So, some of us will find this activity tracking function helpful, while others might have security worries, or they worry that Google might get to know a lot about them. If you think like the latter, then here we have something for you. Removing all your activities from a Google account is not rocket science.
Not only this, but you can also make Google automatically remove all the activity by setting up a period of time. In simple terms, Google eliminates all your activity if the auto-delete feature is activated. If you don’t want the same, you may toggle it off by accessing the same settings.
Here, we will aid you in getting to know how you may make Google automatically remove all your activity via an iPhone or Android smartphone.
How to Remove Your Activity Automatically on Google?
- Launch the Google program on your iPhone or Android device
- Tap on your profile and select the ‘Manage your Google account’ option from the pop-up menu
- Now head to Data and Privacy
- Select the Web and app activities and scroll down until you come to see the ‘Pick an auto-delete option
- Tap on the Auto-delete activity older than. Three months up to thirty-six months are available for selection.
- When you’ve settled on the appropriate time frame, choose Next, and then save your preferences.
- Within the allotted time, Google will remove all traces of your previous searches, discoveries, and browser use.
Note: The Google app, which is available for both Android and iOS devices, also allows you to remove your browser history, discover section, and search history manually.
Keep in mind that once you delete an action, there is no way to recover it. To view this information manually, open your Google account and then, from the menu on the left, select Data & Privacy, and finally, My History.