Whenever, someone uses the most popular voice command, OK Google, to ask Google Now to do something automatically, Google records and stores that command. This mainly happens among Android users, since they use Google Now a lot to open an app, website or anything else. However, people, these days are security conscious, and therefore, they do like anyone using their personal information without their permission or attention. If you want to delete recorded Google Now voice commands, here is the solution.
Delete recorded Google Now Voice Commands
Google generally records the command when someone uses Google Now after signing in to a Gmail account. That is why Android users’ voice commands can get recorded more than PC users since Android requires Gmail sign-in to use the mobile. The same thing happens with PC users when they use OK GOOGLE after signing in to their Gmail account.
However, the solution is simple and you do not have to use any third-party app either. Google itself provides the option to delete recorded Google Now voice commands.
To erase them permanently, you have to open the Google Web activity panel. Just click here to open the respective settings. You will have to sign in to your Gmail account.
Following that, all the recorded voice commands will be shown on your screen.
Now, you can select any particular command or delete them by day. If you want to select one particular command, just select that, at first. After that, you will get the Delete option on your screen.
This is also possible to remove those stored voice commands of a particular day or time interval. To do so, click on the Options button and select Delete options.
Then, select the date and delete them at once.
This is as simple as that. You can continue this process after 7 days or 1 month to keep yourself on the safe side.