Are you aware that Google takes record of all your activities online? Activities such as the websites you visit, what you type on google search, the YouTube videos you watch, the pictures you download, the voice chat or search you make and more are stored in Google’s server.
So when you think you are all alone when trying to visit those hidden sites, just remember that Google is seeing you, Lol 😂. But don’t worry, you can always delete Google’s copy of those your activities they have by the time you are done reading this simple guide.
So this post is about how to delete your Google Activities stored in the server because Google may have a complete list of almost everything you’ve ever looked at while logged in online.
But if you are such a person that love to keep your data private, then you will find this info useful. Another method to stay away from the Googles prying eyes 👀 is to use Incognito mode while browsing.
Here is how to see and delete everything Google knows and keep about your online activities.
HOW CAN I DELETE MY GOOGLE ACTIVITIES?
Go to My Activity and see everything Google have stored about your online activities. You can choose to delete them one after the other or clear all at once, or even leave them for future reference.
You can turn it off by heading to Activity Control here before deselecting Web & App Activity, uncheck “Include Chrome browsing history and activity from websites and apps that use Google services”
4. On the same “Activity Controls” page, users can also disable location tracking, contact and calendar storing, Google’s ability to record and store your voice recordings, and YouTube search and watch history.
That’s how to delete or remove your online activities that google stored. Well, these data is sometimes useful to you because Google actually uses your active to know exactly what you like doing online and serve you results or ads related to what you usually like.