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#1 Condobloke


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Posted 11 July 2016 - 05:40 PM



Google's new Activity Tool lets you view, edit and delete all the information Google has collected about you.


Editing and deleting the collected data is fairly straightforward -


using the three dot menu allows you to edit or delete entries individually or all at once.


To edit individual items, use the three dot menu next to the listing. For bulk editing, use the three dot menu in the upper right corner.


The search box let's you look for specific items or filter searches by date or Google product.

You can now also opt out in or out of any product Google uses to track your activities in one place


While you're logged in to your account settings, take a few minutes and go through the Privacy Checkup (the link is at the bottom of the My Activity page) - you never know, you might find something you need to change.


- My Activity settings shows data for the device you're currently using.




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#2 Al1000


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Posted 11 July 2016 - 07:05 PM

This looks interesting. Thanks for the post.

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