Google keeps track of the searches you make using its services. YouTube, Google Search, Google Assistant, and other Google services are among them. Even if you only ask Google Assistant a single inquiry, the firm maintains note of it so you can access what you’ve previously searched (or asked for).
Anyone with access to your phone may get these search results on activity.google.com, as it simply requires your account to be signed in. The firm allows you to password secure your Google search history in order to keep your sensitive searches and other results private. This implies that accessing the history requires a password even if you are signed in to your account. Let’s take a look at how to safeguard your Google Search history using a password.
Follow the steps below to enable password security for Google Search history:
Step 1: Go to activity.google.com in the first step.
Step 2: If you haven’t already, sign in to your account.
Step 3: Go to the ‘Manage my activity verification’ page.
Step 4: Select ‘Require Extra Verification’ and click Save.
Step 5: You will now be prompted to enter your Google account’s primary password.
Step 6: You’re done after you’ve entered that and clicked on ‘Next.’ Before you can view your search history, you will now be asked to provide a password.
This is how you can keep your Google Search history password protected from prying eyes. If the individual has your password, they may be able to view your history if they get past this phase. If this isn’t enough for you, you may also set your search history to be automatically deleted after 3, 18, or 36 months.