If you are an Android phone user, probably you use Google Assistant on your phone. Google Assistant (and Google Home smart speakers) stores every voice or text action initiated on your device. While this helps Google Assistant serve you better, there might have some personal data that you do not want to keep on Google servers, so you might want to view and delete your Google Assistant history on Android phone.

Even though Google Assistant stores your data, you can easily view them and delete each and every Assistant history in a few simple steps. If you do not know how to view your Assistant history stored on Google servers, and how to delete them, the below paragraphs explains.



You can view and delete your Assistant history right from your Android phone. First, open Google Assistant by long pressing on the Home button or using the voice command ‘Ok Google’.

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On the Assistant home screen, tap blue-icon shown in the top right corner. This will bring a new screen with ‘Explore’ and ‘Your Stuff’ tabs. In this screen, tap menu (three vertical dots in the top right corner of the screen) and select My Activity. This will open Google Assistant activity page (myactivity.google.com) on your default browser.


In the activity page, you can view all of your recent Google Assistant and Google Home smart speakers activity. Each entry has an option to view in detail. Just tap three-dot next to each activity and select details.

If you do not want to keep your activity on Google sever, you can delete it. Just tap on the three-dot next to an activity and select ‘Delete’ option.

Also, there is an option to delete entire activity you have initiated each day. Just tap the three-dot next to desired date and select delete. That’s it!

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