In order for Google to keep tabs on how often and in what ways you use its many sites, apps, and services, the data generated by them must be stored in your Google Account.
Worries regarding Google’s storage of your data are unfounded. This activity data can be seen and removed. Besides clearing your history, you may also tell Google to stop tracking your future actions across most of their services. This is so simple that you can do it on your phone.
Here, we detail the steps necessary to permanently erase all of your Google history or just a specific entry.
How to Delete My Activity Manually?
- If you’re using an Android tablet or phone, go to the settings menu.
- In order to access your Google Account, please visit Google and then select your account.
- You may access your data and customize your experience by clicking the link at the top of the page. Tap the button.
- Choose “My Activity” from the “Activity and Timeline” menu.
- To refine your search, use the arrows to the right of the search box. Choose the user you want to delete the activity for and click on that.
- Choose “All time” from the “Delete by date” drop-down menu.
- To delete, choose it now.
How to Delete the Individual Items in My Activity?
- The results of a Google search or history from a website viewed in Chrome can be erased here.
- The Android settings menu needs to be accessed. Find your Google Account by visiting Google.
- Locate “Data and Personalization” and click it.
- Find “My Activity” under “Activity and Timeline,” and click on it.
- You can use one of two approaches to finding the content you want to remove.
- One convenient way to look around is by day. To access the item view, press the menu button (three dots) for context.
- A manual search is also an option, in addition to the usage of filters.
- Choose the item you want to remove, then press the ellipses (…) for more options, and finally select Delete.
- If you use this approach, you can remove certain entries from your history with ease.