How to Delete Alexa Voice Recordings

MJD 0 Comments

Every Amazon device you own whether it be a Firestick, Dot, Show, Echo always stores EVERY voice command that you say to activate it. It will then also store the conversation you have with Alexa after that.

There is a very simple way to delete this that so thought I would share how you can quickly and easily delete your conversations with Alexa.

  • Login to your Amazon account
  • In the top right corner hover your mouse pointer over Accounts & Lists and then select Your Content & Devices


  • Now select Devices which is located around the top left of the page


  • Select one of your devices


  • Underneath that device you will now see a link marked Delete Voice Recordings. Select it.


  • Now select Delete


  • That is the process complete. Just repeat the process for any other devices you have listed.

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