Internet giant Google put a substantial amount of stress on the privacy feature of its ecosystem at Google I/O 2019. It promising to offer users more control over their personal data. Google now starting to take essential steps for making simpler for users to manage their data. However, on Google’s ‘My Activity Page’, user can now recognize that what data Google Assistant can obtain through Google app. Also, one can now eliminate the overall record of voice commands from the Google Assistant’s database.
Previously, the user needs to open the ‘My Activity’ page on a browser to allow them to remove their activity records. The activity record may include video watching log, search history, and others. Google now trying to make the process more convenient than earlier. It allowing users to access all data control tools from the Google app on their own phone.
Though, it seems that the feature will roll out in a phased manner. We can get the new ‘Your data in the Assistant’ option in the Google app on smartphones with Android Q beta 3. It will not available on the previous Google app with running Android Pie.
By following steps you can manage your data collection record in the Google app:
- First, you need to open the Google app.
- Go to the ‘More’ option.
- Then go to the ‘Settings’ menu.
- Ta on the ‘Google Assistant’ option.
- Here you can find your data in the Google Assistant.
On the ‘Your data in the Assistant’ page, one can able to check the entire record of the activities logged by the Google assistant. It also specifies Google can have access to data like audio or video activity, app and web activity, device data, and others.
However, the user can also see complete data of how Google operates the user data to enhance the user experience. In addition, the user can delete the record of all voice commands from the Google Assistant.