Yes. You can review voice recordings associated with your account and delete those voice recordings one by one, by date range, by Alexa-enabled device, or all at once by visiting Settings > Alexa Privacy in the Alexa app or at amazon.com/alexaprivacysettings
. From either page, you can also choose to have your voice recordings older than 3 or 18 months deleted automatically. And you can delete all the voice recordings associated with your account all at once for each of your Alexa-enabled devices and apps by visiting Manage Your Content and Devices.
You can also enable the ability to delete your recordings by voice. Once enabled, you can delete the voice recording of your last request by saying “Alexa, delete what I just said” or you can delete all the voice recordings from your account for the day by saying “Alexa, delete everything I said today.” Deleting voice recordings may degrade your Alexa experience. To enable deletion by voice go to Settings > Alexa Privacy > Review Voice History in the Alexa app or amazon.com/alexaprivacysettings
. When enabled, anyone with access to your Alexa-enabled devices can ask Alexa to delete voice recordings from your account.
Deleting voice recordings may degrade your Alexa experience. If you have changed your default marketplace while using an Alexa-enabled product, you will need to perform this step for each marketplace to delete all voice recordings associated with your account.