The Google home page is extremely convenient, giving you the ability to find out what’s going on in your day, hear the latest news, or listen to music with just a few simple voice commands.
Luckily, you are not prevented from accessing or even deleting all of your saved command voice commands. At any time, you can go back and listen to them, see what voice interactions you had, and then delete them if you wish. There are controls here, so you just need to know where to go to start looking at all the data.
Why delete past commands?
You may be a little confused by the thought that you have set Google Home, and which are now part of your search history. Perhaps you just want to look at everything that is part of your history out of curiosity. Or maybe there are some things you don’t want in the Google algorithm. Whatever your reason, it only takes a few simple steps to eliminate the questions or commands you gave Google Home.
Find your activity
The place to set up your search history is the Google My Activity page. It is available online and is mobile friendly, so you can also access all this information from your mobile device.
To see only your Google Home activities, click or tap Assistant in the list of available services. After that, all the interactions you have ever had with Google Assistant will be checked.
There is currently no way to limit your assistant interactions to only Google Home, so you need to pay attention to the details of each interaction.
Next, you can choose one of your interactions. They will often be linked together if they happened in a short amount of time. Click the arrow next to a grouping to see the individual items. Click play, to hear what was recorded while you were talking to Google Home. If you don’t want this to hang, click overflow menu (three vertical buttons) and select » Delete» .