Over the past few years, with options such as auto-delete and more, Google has made some significant changes to how privacy is handled with its services. Now, for Google Assistant, a handy new command has been found that can erase accidental commands.
Spotted at Droid-Life by the staff, there’s a handy way to remove the last thing Google Assistant said. If you’re saying “Hey Google, it wasn’t for you,” Google can quickly remove the last command it’s heard and stored.
I can’t imagine that this command would be useful at all times, but if you found that your Google Home Assistant or smartphone was incorrect, it’s a useful tool to erase those accidental traveling commands.
If you’re going to remember earlier this year, Google added to Google Assistant some related commands to erase history. Such commands will delete your Google Assistant activity for a day or up to a week whenever you like. We include the following:
- “Hey Google, delete my last conversation.”
- “Hey Google, delete today’s activity.”
- “Hey Google, delete this week’s activity.”