Depending on your personal opinion, you may think the fact that Google stores all audio recordings from Home as either awesome or extremely weird. Either way, you might one day want to delete all of those recordings. Thankfully, Google makes it extremely easy to do so right from the “My Activity” interface…

How to delete all audio recordings captured by your Google Home |

  1. Log into your Google account tied to your Home once you get to myactivity.google.com
  2. If you like, you can scroll through all of your activity and delete each audio instance manually. To do so, just tap on the three vertical dot menu icon next to the item and select delete
  3. If you wish to delete all audio recordings, tap on the three vertical dot menu icon located at the very top of the interface
  4. Click on Delete activity by
  5. Select which days you wish to delete. This can either be a single day or a specific period of days
  6. Under All products, choose Voice & Audio
  7. Finally, click Delete and all history and recordings will be removed from Google’s servers

Learn more about the Google Home |

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