Ever been shopping on Amazon and decided you wanted a second look at an item you found earlier? Amazon remembers all the products you’ve viewed so you don’t have to. Here’s how to find it on your computer or mobile device.
Note: Amazon saves your product browsing history only when you’re logged in with your Amazon account. Thus, you’ll only see an item if you were signed in when you viewed it.
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Rather than scouring your internet browser’s history, you can explore your product viewing history on the Amazon website on any Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook computer.
To get started, open a browser on your computer, visit the Amazon site, and log in to your account.
Hover the pointer on the “Accounts & Lists” menu in the upper-right corner.
Select “Browsing History” from the drop-down that opens.
You’ll see all the products that you have viewed on the Amazon site.
Under each product card, click the “More Like This” button to view similar products or the “Remove From View” button to take off the product from your viewing history. You can also erase all items from your history by clicking “Manage History” in the top-right corner, followed by “Remove All Items From View.”
So fire up the Amazon app on your iPhone, iPad, or Android. Tap the user profile icon (second icon from left) in the bottom bar.
You’ll see a “Hello” screen. Scroll down to the “Your Account” section and tap on the “Your Browsing History” button.
Your product browsing history screen will open. You can scroll through and tap on the products to check them. Alternatively, you can hit the “Remove From View” button to delete the product from the viewing history of your Amazon account.
That’s it! You can remove items from your product viewing history and that won’t delete your Amazon orders.
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