How to Manage Your Feed History

BY GreenBot Staff

Published 16 Nov 2015

Feed dishes out many helpful cards. Giving you a quick way to find a map for the way home. Also read news updates, get reminders, and browse sports scores. You might want to clean out your history if you’re getting a bunch of content. That you’d rather not see in your feed. Doing so can reset the settings that govern which types of content Now looks to offer you. So, if you’re privacy-conscious, it might be reassuring to know you’ve wiped your history from Google’s servers.
To do this, go to Home > Apps > Google> Menu > Settings. Then you can delete your history and activate or deactivate the feeds you desire. Where you’ll have access to what you have seen and interacted with recently.
View delete your past Feeds from your account portal.

From here, you can view descriptions of what was on each card. Click the items you want to delete, either individually or in blocks. You can choose what history to be deleted by the day, week, month, or entire history and renew your feeds.

Wipe the slate clean from your Feed history.

The Feed setting turns the entire Google Now feature on and off. When selected, you can also choose to delete your Google Feed preferences and disable Google Feed. On all the devices tied to your account.