Do you know how to manage your online activity on Google?

Tell me something about search engine giant Google. Any information in today’s site is the first to remember Google. Google has gained popularity among us. Google will know about you as much information as you take out on Google. Google itself will figure out what you like.Also read the article about who you are, what you like and where you are.

Yes, Google retains information about the ideas you search, the apps you download and all the games you played. You have deleted the search history.It also knows what all the things you are looking for online. Simply put, Google knows everything about you. Read this article for tips on how to store information that stays on Google in this article.

Google currently searches for all of its users. Downloads something. Which is more of an idea. Whatever his taste, Annodan’s Google is well known. But Google offers you extensive controls that allow users to choose exactly what information Google wants to store.It also allows users to choose how long Google will store this information. So, let’s get a closer look at how you can manage your online activity with Google.

Step 1: Sign in or sign up to your Google Account. 

Step 2: Click on Manage your chrome data and personalization option. 

Step 3: Scroll down to Activity Controls and click on the Web and Application Activity option. 

Step 4: If you don’t want Google to collect any of your online or app-based information, toggle the Web and App Activity button.

Step 5: Tap the erased button automatically to set the limit for 3 months or 18 months when your online activity data is automatically deleted. 

Step 6: Tap the Manage Activity button to check  the complete date-wise record of your entire online activity.

Step 7: To delete or remove an individual entries, click the hamburger menu next to each item and then click the delete button. 

Step 8: To delete entries from a specific date, click the trash button next to the separate date.

Step 9: To delete or remove the complete entries, click on the hamburger menu in the right corner of the search bar> click on Delete Activity by> Select the Custom Range button> Add dates and click the Next button.

 Doing so will enable your all Google activities that you perform online. Google should take care of your ideas. Don’t know what can be done.