Hey Google! “Play Despactio”. Thanks to the Google Assistant our smartphone usage is really easy now. Infact we don’t even need to use hands for using Android smartphones. You can just give a Voice Command to Google Assistant whatever you want to do. Leave the rest of the task on Google Assistant.
Keeping history and caches slows down the performance of every app and program. Same goes with the Google Assistant if you don’t delete the history of Voice commands on Google Assitant timely, maybe it gets slowdown. So it’s better to delete the history. You can get maximum out of Google Assistant.
Delete Google Assistant Voice Commands:
By following these steps you can get rid of Google Assistant Voice Commands. But before deleting you need to find those commands from Google Assistant settings.
- Open the Google App on your Android Device.
- Tap on the three dots icon located at the bottom right.
- Go to the Settings option.
- Choose the Google Assistant.
- Tap on the three dots icon.
- Choose My Activity option.
- Scroll down and see the commands list which you have given to Google Assistant. Commands are historized according the date and time sequence. As you scroll down more previous days commands will come in a list.
- Now it’s your choice either you want to delete single command, or delete all at a time. Every command will have a three-dotted icon with it that hides the delete option in it. To delete commands from a specific zone, you can select the Time Range.
- For the mass deletion, you have to visit the top Google Assistant activity page. Click on the Dots and choose Delete activity by option.
- You will see multiple options related to command erasing especially the time limit. Erase commands through time range, for example, last hour, Day, All Time or a custom range. Options are similar to Google Chrome history.
That’s how you can delete Google Assistant Voice Commands History. You will notice a prominent change in Google Assistant performance right after you delete it.