Everything you say about yourspeaker is recorded and stored. His Alexa Assistant and even shares them . The text recordings remain stored on the Amazon servers until you delete the voice recordings.
The company claims that the data is being used to enhance Amazon Echo. This is not uncommon –to improve the product. Amazon's privilege is probably the same, if you use your data – and that of everyone else – to enhance the way Echo understands you] it could be a bit uncomfortable for you to keep your recorded commands.
This will ensure that they are completely deleted.
Option 1: Deleting Recordings from the App
According to Amazon, when you delete your voice recordings, the transcriptions associated with the account are deleted.
To clear your recordings, go to the Amazon Echo app> Settings > Alexa Privacy > Check Language History .
You will see a list of all the requests you have made since setting up your echo. You can select the pictures you want to delete or Delete all pictures for today .
Option 2: Clear everything through the browser
If you use a browser, you can erase all voice data in one go. Go to www.amazon.com/myx, log in and click your devices . Find your echo in the list and click Delete Voice Recordings .
A warning message explains why you might want to keep these records. Click Delete if you want to continue.
Option 3: Ask Alexa to delete your voice recordings.
You can now asksaid to her that day or all. Just said something like "Alexa, delete everything I said today." This should provide for both the voice recordings and the transcripts, according to Amazon.
To completely remove your voice recordings and transcriptions, you can also contact Amazon Customer Support at (888) 280-4331 to make a call formal request.
How can I listen to my voice recordings?
In the Amazon Alexa app, go to Settings> Alexa Account> Alexa Privacy> Check Language History. Tap the arrow of the audio file you want to listen to and tap the play icon.
You can also visit https://www.amazon.com/alexaprivacy and click Check language history.
Originally released on January 22, 2015 and updated with new information. Updated July 3 : Information about saving transcripts on Amazon has been corrected.
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