Following the discovery thatfrom every voice command you issued to Alexa, it was possible for the company to with a voice command. The new feature, which was announced on Wednesday along with a eliminates the need to search the Alexa app or navigate to the Amazon website to interact with anyone Echo device associated with your Amazon account to delete stored voice recordings.
There are two new commands, one that should be available now, and another that will be available soon, so you can delete the last thing you said.
Once this is done, you can tell Alexa, "Erase everything I said today."
What it will answer: "You want to erase the records of everything I've been told today, right?" Confirm that you want that, and a few seconds later, the recordings of your day are gone.
In the coming weeks, Amazon will activate the "Delete what I just said" command to remove the record of your recent interaction with Alexa. While this new feature does not delete the text messages stored by Amazon, the company is working on a solution to remove all text messages for all systems.
If you want to delete more than the last thing you said or the record of the previous day, you can use the following steps to delete as many Amazon Echo data as possible. It only takes a few minutes to clear the entire history of your account.