How do you delete learned words on Google keyboard?

Answered by Douglas Hiatt

To delete the learned words from your Android device’s Google keyboard, you can follow these steps:

1. Access your device’s settings by tapping on the gear icon or through the top navigation bar.

2. Scroll down and select “System” from the available options. This may be listed under the “General Management” or “Advanced” section, depending on your device’s settings layout.

3. Within the “System” settings, locate and tap on “Languages & input.” This option is usually found under the “Advanced” or “Input & gestures” section.

4. Look for the “Virtual keyboard” or “On-screen keyboard” option and tap on it. This will display a list of available keyboards on your device.

5. Choose “Gboard” from the list of keyboards. Gboard is the default keyboard for many Android devices and is developed by Google.

6. Once you have selected Gboard, you will see various options related to the keyboard settings. Look for and tap on “Dictionary” or “Text correction” to access the dictionary settings.

7. In the dictionary settings, you should see an option called “Personal dictionary.” Tap on it to proceed.

8. Here, you will find a list of words that you have previously added or that the keyboard has learned. This list may include custom words, abbreviations, or frequently used phrases.

9. To delete a learned word, simply tap on the word you want to remove and then select the delete or trash bin icon that appears. Confirm the deletion if prompted.

10. Repeat the process for any other words you wish to delete from the learned word list.

By following these steps, you can delete learned words from your Google keyboard on an Android device. It’s worth noting that this process may vary slightly depending on the version of Android and the device you are using.

I hope this information helps! If you have any further questions, feel free to ask.