You might be quite surprised how much of your Amazon profile data is publicly available. You should do your Private Amazon Profile as it contains your biography, social media links, shopping lists and other information. It is always advisable to protect and anonymize as much personal information as possible on the Internet.
Your browsing history includes everything you’ve recently searched for on Amazon. Because browsing history provides Amazon with the data it needs to target ads, you should disable it. Therefore, you may need to hide or delete your browsing history to avoid storing data on your Amazon account as much as possible. Here’s how you can do it through your desktop and Android device.
Hide your Amazon browsing history using the office
Go to the Amazon website (https://www.amazon.in/) on your desktop.
Go to the Accounts and Lists tongue.
Click on the Your recommendations option.
Go to the Your browsing history tab available in the top bar.
Click on the Manage history option.
Select Delete all items of sight.
Turn off the toggle for browsing history.
Hide Your Amazon Browsing History Using Android Device
Open the Amazon shopping app on your Android device.
Tap on the three horizontal lines menu icon available at the bottom right corner.
Choose the Account tongue.
Under the Account settings tab and go to your recently viewed items.
Your browsing history can be viewed on the following page. Turn off your browsing history by tapping on it.
Press on remove from view to remove an individual item from the list.
Press on Managethen select Remove all items from view to delete all your history.
In the meantime, for example, if you buy a gift for someone who has access to your account, you can also archive orders to hide them from your order history. But since vendors are required to keep sales records, you can’t just delete them.