At its I/O confab, Google announced a new way for you to scrub your recent search history.
Did you just search something embarrassing on Google? Whatever your reason for searching may be, Google has a quick and easy way to delete those last search queries. (You can check out how to stop Google from tracking you and how to automatically delete your location and activity history, too.) The feature, which the search giant unveiled at its Google I/O developers conference in May, is among a handful of options designed to protect user privacy.
While Google didn’t get into the nitty-gritty of the various reasons why someone might want to expunge the record of their search history, the company did demonstrate how to do it, along with hiding select pictures from Google Photos.
You can watch in the video below, or scroll down for instructions on how to delete your recent search history.