How to Delete Google Voice History

In this post, you’ll see the steps to remove Google Voice history. 

I’m using Windows 10 PC here. But the steps are the same for Android and iPhone. Let’s get started. 

How to Delete Google Voice History 

Go to this URL. Sign into your Google account, if not already. 

Find “Filter by date & product.” Hit it. 

Select “All time” or “Always” (if you’re using iPhone) in the first drop-down list. 

Find and select “Voice and Audio.” 

Hit “Apply” button. 

Now, you can look at your voice history. 

If you prefer to clear voice recordings of a specific date, hit “Trash can” icon beside the date. 

If you prefer to remove the individual voice input, then hit it. Hit the three vertical dots at the top. Hit the “Delete” option. 

If you wish to erase a particular set of voice recordings, hit the three vertical dots beside it. Hit “Delete.” 

If you want to expunge the entire voice history of yours, hit “Delete,” which you can find beneath the search box at the top. Hit the “Delete” in the pop-up. 

That’s all. 

If you wish to stop your voice recordings from being saved, follow these steps: 

Go to this URL. Sign into your Google account, if not already. 

Hit “Web & App Activity.” 

Uncheck “Include audio recordings” option. 

Scroll down in the pop-up and hit “Stop saving.” 

That’s it. 

If you prefer your voice recordings to be saved, then follow the above steps. But check instead of unchecking, and in the pop-up, scroll down and hit “I agree.”

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