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    How To Easily Delete Amazon Order History

    There is bad news and good news. The bad news is that you can’t really delete your Amazon Order history. Even if your account is deactivated, Amazon still has a record of every single thing you purchased from them. In this walkthrough, we will be explaining how to easily delete Amazon order history.

    The good news is that it’s pretty easy to hide past Amazon orders, even if you can’t make them go away completely. All you have to do is archive them.

    The Amazons customer service said it is, ” You can archive orders that you’re no longer interested in referencing, hide items from immediate view that may be embarrassing, or keep gifts secret if you share an account with your children or significant other.”

    Using The HouseHold Account To Hide Orders

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    This is the easiest way to hide your purchase history from prying eyes and it is available only to Prime Subscribers only. It allows you to share the Prime Features with one other person only.

    The Household account features a secret purchase history, recommendations and orders for private and separate from teens and kids. Both adults still have the advantage of share select Amazon Prime benefits and digital content through a Family Library. Amazon Household can contain up to ten members with the following stipulations:

    • Two adults, ages 18 and over, each with their own Amazon account.
    • Up to four profiles for teens, ages 13-17.
    • Up to four child profiles, ages 12 and under

    Archiving An Amazon Order

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    • Firstly, log into the Amazon website
    • Log into your account
    • Go to Homepage
    • At the top right corner of the Amazon home page, click “Returns & Orders.”
    • You will be taken to a list of your past orders, each separated by date. Underneath each order, you’ll see a blue hyperlink labelled “Archive order.”
    • On the order to be hidden, click “Archive order.”
    • In the next pop-up window, click the yellow button reading “Archive order.”

    Archived orders will no longer display when an order page is visited.

    How To View Archived Orders

    Viewing the archived orders:

    • Look to the top right corner of the Amazon home page, click “Returns & Orders.”
    • At the very top of the “Your Orders” page, click “Your Account.”
    • Scroll down, and in the “Ordering and shopping preferences” section, click “Archived orders.” You may be asked to enter your password again.
    • Now you a list of your archived orders can be viewed here.

    How To Change Your Delivery Location

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    You can request that your package be sent to another persons house either friends or family.

    Use the Accounts & Lists menu at the top of Amazon to access Your Account. Select Your addresses from the Ordering and shopping preferences section and then choose Add Address.

    Clearing Amazon Browsing History

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    You can totally wipe your history to avoid any slip ups. You can also turn on incognito browsing.

    If it’s too late for that, it’s not hard to clear your browsing history.

    • Log on to the Amazon website, log in to your account, and navigate to the home page.
    • Click on “Accounts & Lists” in the upper right corner of the home page.
    • In the dropdown menu, click “Browsing History.”
    • A list of all your recent searches will pop up; just click on “Remove from view” to have Amazon forget about a single item. To remove all items collectively, click “Manage history” in the upper right corner of the Manage History page — a section will appear where you can click “Remove all items from view” or “Turn Browsing History on/off.”

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