#1. "Alexa, delete what I just said" will delete your previous Alexa command
Alexa will respond with "Okay, I'll delete the last recording" to confirm.
Pro Tip: You can confirm that it worked in the Voice History section of the Alexa app. Just open the Alexa app > tap the hamburger icon > tap "Settings" > tap "Alexa Privacy" > tap "Review Voice History" and confirm it's not there.
#2. Say "Alexa, delete everything I said today" to delete the day's recordings
Alexa will respond "You'd like to delete the recordings of everything said to me today?" Say "Yes" back to her, and Alexa will respond "Okay, I'll delete them" to confirm.
#3. You need to enable deletion by voice in the Alexa app for these 2 commands to work
- Open the Alexa app > tap the hamburger icon > tap "Settings" > tap "Alexa Privacy" > tap "Review Voice History"
- Toggle on "Enable deletion by voice" at the top
Bonus Pro Tip: You can also delete any voice recording from your Voice History
- Just follow step 1 in #3 above to navigate to the "Voice History" section of the Alexa app
- Select date range from drop-down menu (can be today, all history or any range in between)
- You can tap "Delete All Recordings" for your selected date range or check off specific recordings and tap "Delete Selected Recordings" (you will see that the recordings immediately disappear)
Check out The 5 Alexa Privacy Tips You Need To Know to see how to make sure only essential Alexa skills have access to your information and more.