You may be wondering how to delete Alexa’s memory. You might have created an account but forgot to delete recordings. You can delete individual recordings or the entire history if you prefer. Another method is to delete all recordings via the Alexa app. You can find it by clicking the three dashes on the home screen. Then select Account settings. You should find “Clear History” under the “Current Activity” section.
First, you need to clear the history of your Amazon Echo. This feature is designed to store only those items that you have asked Alexa to remember. When you want to delete a specific memory, you must go into the Alexa app and select the request that you wish to erase. You should note that it may take a few days or weeks to clear all the recordings. So, it’s better to leave only those items that never change in memory.
If you are concerned about privacy issues, you can simply delete Alexa’s memory. Although this process won’t permanently erase your recordings, it can save the information for future use. Besides, deleting the recorded information will prevent the Alexa assistant from storing your voice again. You can also block Alexa from storing your recordings. The best way to do this is to download a free application called “Alexa Control.”