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How to Remove Learned Word Form Keyboard on Android

Removed Learned Word Form Keyboard
Written by Hassan Abbas

One of the most benefits of writing on mobile devices over the desktop is the use of personalized data on mobile devices. Mobile devices over time learn new words and also adapt to your writing style. This also helps in improving the prediction results. However, sometimes this blessing can often turn into a curse. In this article, we will show you how to Remove Learned Word Form Keyboard. Let’s Begin!

Since mobile keyboards learn new words every day. They end up learning our misspelled words as well. This can be kind of annoying as you would get your misspelled words in your prediction bar. And with time, the word prediction system itself becomes inefficient.

However, If you are struggling with bad predictions and want to omit those misspelled words. Or even start afresh with no learned word predictions, we have a couple of tips that maybe suit you.

Google Gboard

Remove Learned Word Form Keyboard

  • Open the Gboard application.
  • Go to Advanced.
  • Then tap on Delete learned words and data and confirm.

Remove Specific Words

  • While typing, press and hold the suggested word you want to remove.
  • When the dialog pops up, drag the suggestion over to the Recycle Bin.

Samsung Keyboard

Remove Learned Word Form Keyboard

  • Go to Settings and navigate to General management.
  • Open Language and input.
  • Then tap on On-screen keyboards.
  • Select Samsung Keyboard from the list of keyboards.
  • Go to Reset to default settings.
  • Tap on Erase personalized predictions and then confirm.

Remove Specific Words

  • Similar to Gboard, touch and hold the word you want to delete.
  • Then you will get a pop-up asking you if you want to remove the word. Hit “OK” to confirm.

Swiftkey

Swiftkey is one of the oldest and also the most consistent players in the business. That brings a truckload of features. Just like the previous two, Swiftkey, too, allows you to delete all your learned words easily.

Remove Learned Word Form Keyboard

  • Go to the SwiftKey app.
  • Then tap on the vertical Ellipsis (three-dot) at the top-right corner.
  • Tap on Clear typing data.
  • Press Continue to confirm.

Remove Specific Words

  • Press and hold the word you want to remove from predictions.
  • You will get a pop-up asking you whether you want to stop SwiftKey from predicting it again. Then tap on “OK” to confirm.

Conclusion

Alright, That was all folks! I hope you like this article and find it helpful to you. Give us your feedback. Also if you guys have further queries and issues related to this article. Then let us know in the comments section below. We will get back to you shortly.

Have a Great Day!

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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