How to Automatically Remove Alexa Voice Recordings

We are living in the age of technology and now people love to keep technical assistants as Google assistant or devices like Alexa Echo and other devices like this. These assistants keep the record of the commands that you made on them to make your experience better in future.

How to Automatically Remove Alexa Voice Recordings

But if you think this feature as a security concern for you and don't want to allow Alexa Echo to keep your data, then in this article we have discussed for you that how to remove your Alexa voice recordings automatically.

How to Automatically Remove Alexa Voice Recordings

Follow the given guide if you want to delete any specific recording, or you want to set Alexa to delete recordings in a set time automatically or you want to stop Alexa from keeping the record of your voice recordings completely.


Here is how you can enable Auto Delete for Alexa voice recordings from your phone, follow the steps:

  1. On your phone (Android or iOS) open the Alexa app.
  2. From the bottom right corner click the More option.
  3. Now, select Settings.
  4. Click on Alexa Privacy.
  5. Now, go to "Manage your Alexa Data".
  6. Then, click on the option "Automatically Delete Recordings".
  7. Then, select the time you want to set for auto deletion.
  8. Finally, click on Confirm button.
  9. If you want to stop Alexa from saving any of your recordings then click the "Do not Save Recordings" option.

That's it you have done.

Manually Delete

You can also manually delete your Alexa recordings, here it is described in different ways:

From Alexa App

Follow the given steps:

  1. On your phone open the Alexa App.
  2. Now click More > Settings and then go to Alexa Privacy.
  3. Click "Review Voice History".
  4. Here your all recordings will appear to date.
  5. Now, choose your desired date range then delete the data.

From Voice Commands

As Alexa is created just for doing things with voice commands, here's how to use the same feature to delete auto recordings from your Alexa device:
  1. Open the Alexa App.
  2. Click More and then go to Settings.
  3. From Settings click on Alexa Privacy.
  4. Now, click the option "Review Voice History".
  5. The, turn the toggle On for "Enable Deletion by Voice".
  6. Now, to delete something you just have to give a command to Alexa, as you can say "Alexa delete what I have said in this hour/today". Alexa will work on your command and delete your recording along with its history.

From Amazon Web

You can even do it using your laptop etc by accessing Amazon's website:
  1. On your browser go to
  2. From there, click Devices, then select your Echo Device.
  3. Under your device click on "Delete Voice Recordings".
  4. Confirm it when it is prompted.
So, these are all the different methods you can utilise to remove/delete Alexa voice recordings.


Q: Can I delete all of my Alexa recordings and stop Alexa from saving any recording in future?

Ans: Absolutely yes, you can delete all of your previous recordings data and stop Alexa from saving your voice recordings in future by following the above mentioned methods.

So, this was an easy, simple and superb guide for the technology lovers who wanted to know that how to delete and remove Alexa voice recordings automatically for some specific time or to stop Alexa completely from saving any of their voice recordings.

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