You hearspeaker, but you also remember what you said. CNET discovered Alexa's digital assistant and even announces them . The text recordings remain stored on the Amazon servers until you delete the voice recordings. Amazon is still working to remove it from all parts of its system when deleting your transcripts. It is unclear when this will happen.
The company claims that the data will be used to enhance Amazon Echo. That's not unusual.to improve the product. Amazon's prerogative is probably the same: you use your data – and that of everyone else – to enhance the way Echo understands it.
However, in the past, Alexa sent a private family talk to a random contact and it may be a bit uncomfortable for you to keep your recorded commands.
"When a customer deletes a voice recording, the transcripts associated with the customer's account are deleted from both the customer request and the response from Alexa," Amazon said in a statement. "We are already deleting these transcripts from all of Alexa's primary storage systems and are constantly trying to ensure that these transcripts do not remain in other Alexa storage systems." (almost) deleted completely.
Option 1: Delete recordings via app
To clear your recordings, go to the Amazon Echo app. Open 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 tap Delete all pictures for today .
You can also delete all photos in the Alexa app by adjusting a date range or tapping "All History" Delete everything.
Option 2: Delete Everything Through the Browser