Amazon Alexa is a popular voice assistant that can be used to control smart home devices, play music, get news and weather updates, and more. Alexa uses voice recordings to improve the accuracy of your interactions with her. However, if you are concerned about privacy, you can see and delete your voice recordings.
To see and delete your voice recordings, follow these steps:
- Open the Alexa app on your phone or tablet.
- Tap on the More tab in the bottom right corner of the screen.
- Tap on Settings.
- Tap on Voice History.
- You will see a list of all of the voice recordings that Alexa has made.
- To delete a recording, tap on the three dots next to it and then tap on Delete.
- To delete all of your recordings, tap on the Clear History button.
Please note that deleting your voice recordings may impact the accuracy of your interactions with Alexa.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind about Alexa’s voice recordings:
- Alexa uses your voice recordings to improve the accuracy of your interactions with her.
- Alexa does not store your voice recordings indefinitely. They are deleted after a period of time, but the exact amount of time is not disclosed by Amazon.
- You can opt out of having Alexa store your voice recordings by turning off the Voice Recording setting in the Alexa app.
If you have any concerns about Alexa’s privacy practices, you can contact Amazon customer support.
Here are some additional tips for managing your Alexa privacy:
- Review your voice history regularly. This will help you identify any recordings that you may want to delete.
- Use the Do Not Record feature. This will prevent Alexa from recording your voice when you say certain words or phrases.
- Use the Privacy Hub. The Privacy Hub is a central location where you can manage your Alexa privacy settings.
By following these tips, you can help to protect your privacy while using Alexa.