Recently, Google announced that it automatically delete your usage history after a certain time. However, you can speed up the process manually. Read more to find about How To Delete Google History From Your Phone In Seconds
Google keeps a pretty detailed history of user activity on their smartphones. This includes actions in different apps.
Recently, Google added a new feature that will auto-delete the user data from its services after 18 months, by default.
If you want to remove your data sooner, you can manually choose a 3-month option also. However, you can make this limit much shorter.
Now, you can create a shortcut that allows you to clean your browsing history, very quickly. Let us help you get started:
How To Create Shortcut to your Google account history
- Go to Google’s “My Activity” page for your Google account by clicking here – https://myactivity.google.com/myactivity
- Now, it should open on the Google Chrome browser
- Alternatively, copy and paste the link in Chrome
- Tap the three-dot menu, select “Add to Home screen”
- Name it and hit “Add”
- That’s it. The new shortcut will be created right away.
Now, you will be able to access your Google account history at any time with a single tap.
How To Delete Google History From Your Phone In Seconds
- Open the “My Google Activity” page from the shortcut
- Tap the three-dot menu next to “Search your activity”
- Go to “Delete activity by”
- Now, select the time range for the history you want to delete from your Google account
- To wipe everything and start fresh, choose “All time”
- Next, select the Google related activities you want to delete from your account
- Tap “Next” when you’re ready
- Review the results and hit “Delete”
- That’s it your account history is wiped
- Tap “Got it”
Google is making multiple changes to improve user privacy controls. This includes the ability to access Google Account controls directly from Search and easier access to incognito mode in many Google apps.
The search engine giant claims that it will only “keep information only for as long as it’s useful to you.”
Now, you can now directly look up terms like “Google Privacy Checkup” and “Is my Google Account secure?” on Google Search to see a box with your privacy and security settings.
Additionally, a new Google app update will allow iOS users to turn on incognito mode quickly by long-pressing the profile picture.
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