Did you know that Amazon keeps a list of every item you’ve ever viewed on its website? Here’s how to manage the history on your account including how to disable history or remove items from it.
Did you know that Amazon keeps a list of every item you’ve ever viewed on its website? Although handy if you like to go back and browse items from the past, it could also spoil a surprise gift or get a little embarrassing, depending on the item. Whatever the reason, Amazon includes a simple process to manage your history/privacy on Amazon including turning off the feature or removing individual items.
Start by heading over to the Amazon.com Browsing History Page. Delete individual items from the history by clicking the Remove button. If you’re in the UK, use this link instead.
Clicking on the Manage History drop-down (1), you can also Remove all Items (2) as well as Turn Browsing History on/off (3) as shown below.
According to Amazon, when you turn your browsing history off, they will not show things you click on or searches you make from the device where you disabled your browsing history. All in all, a fairly straightforward process if you know where to look!