How to delete Google Bard history – Guide


Google Bard is a tool that uses artificial intelligence to generate creative texts based on keywords. However, you may not want your Google Bard searches to be recorded in your Google history, either for privacy, security or simply to prevent them from accumulating. In this article, we will explain how to delete Google Bard history easily and quickly, both on your computer and on your mobile device.

Where to see your activity history in Google Bard

activity history in Google Bard


To get started, let’s see where the Google Bard history is so you can check it whenever you want:

  • Open Google Bard from your browser.
  • Tap the Activity History button in the top right (it’s a clock icon).
  • Scroll down to see all the queries and requests you’ve made on Google Bard.

How to delete your activity history in Google Bard

delete your activity history in Google Bard

Now that you know where the Google Bard history is, we will explain how to delete it completely or only those queries that you do not want to be saved:

  • Go to Google Bard Activity History.
  • Press the « X » next to the query or date you want to remove from history.
  • Next, confirm the action by clicking on Delete.
  • If you want to delete all of your swipe history, tap the Clear button at the top of the queries.
  • Now, choose which history period you want to delete: Last Hour, Last Day, Since Beginning (this option deletes absolutely everything), or Custom Period (this option lets you choose which specific dates to delete).

How to turn off Google Bard history

turn off Google Bard history

Don’t want to have to delete Google Bard history all the time? Then disable it like this so Google doesn’t save anything:

  • Open the Google Bard activity history.
  • Click on Bard Activity.
  • Tap the On switch to turn history off.
  • Once the option changes to Off, you can be sure that Google won’t save your queries in Bard.

That’s all! We hope you’ve learned how to proactively manage your search history on Google Bard. This means being aware of what information you share with the platform and only sharing information that you are comfortable with.



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