If you have an Amazon smart speaker with the Alexa digital assistant, ‘she’ is probably recording everything you say to her.

Recordings are made to help the AI recognize your voice and to bet understand what you want when you request something.

Let’s take a look at how to see what’s been recorded.  Start by opening the

Alexa App on your phone.

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When the app opens, tap the menu icon at the top left.

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Tap on Alexa Privacy.

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Tap on Review Voice History.

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You can review your voice history from just Today.

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Or tap the drop-down menu to pick a date.

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Scroll down to see what Alexa heard. Tap on it to play the recording.

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You can let Alexa know if ‘she’ did what you wanted, listen to the recording, and delete it if you choose.

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You can also choose to delete all of the recordings for a time period.

 

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If you have more than one device, tap on Filter by Device.

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Then pick the device you’d like to see recordings for.

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