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Here's how to find your privacy settings and other related information in our products. 

Note: To manage settings for some of these products you might need to sign in to your Microsoft account. If you are having trouble signing in, you can get help with your Microsoft account.

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To manage privacy settings on your Windows 11 device, go to Start  > Settings Settings icon > Privacy & security, or on your Windows 10 device, go to Start  > Settings Settings icon > Privacy.

Select Settings and more  <null> > Settings Settings icon > Privacy, search, and services. To learn more about other ways to protect your privacy in Microsoft Edge, visit the Privacy in Microsoft Edge support page.

To find out how to change your Xbox privacy settings, see Manage Xbox online safety and privacy settings.

Manage your privacy settings in any Office product by going to File > Options > Trust Center > Trust Center Settings > Privacy Options. To learn more, check out our step-by-step guide.

For Teams privacy settings on both your browser and app, go to Settings and more <null> > Settings Settings icon > Privacy. You can also export your personal Teams data.

Select your profile picture and then select Settings Settings icon > Privacy. Find answers to your Skype privacy questions. You can also export and delete your personal Skype data.

Select your profile icon (Me) at the top of your LinkedIn homepage in your browser and then select Settings & Privacy. In the LinkedIn app, select your profile icon (Me), and then select Settings > Data privacy. To learn more, see Managing your account and privacy settings and visit the LinkedIn Privacy Hub.

Sign in to Bing.com to turn off Search Suggestions and adjust other Bing privacy settings.You can also submit a concern to Bing

To learn about how to control who can view your files on OneDrive, read these best practices for keeping your files secure

To manage your privacy on Outlook.com, go to Settings  Settings icon > View all Outlook settings > General > Privacy and data. You can also import and export your Outlook email, contacts, and calendar.

Other products

To learn about how MileIQ works, the kinds of mileage tracking data that’s collected, where it’s stored, and how to delete it, see the MileIQ Privacy Statement.

For info about the kinds of data that SwiftKey collects, removing your data and account, unsubscribing from product emails, and more, see Privacy questions and your data.

To see your account info and to learn how to opt out of Microsoft Rewards and redeem your credits, visit the Microsoft Rewards Settings page.

More privacy resources

To manage your privacy settings and activity data for your Microsoft account, go to the privacy dashboard

To adjust your privacy settings, sign in to Microsoft News Community and select Privacy. Manage community privacy

Choose whether you would like to see advertising that reflects your interests on the Ad settings page.

We can email you a link to manage promotional communications associated with your account.

Contact our privacy team

If you're not able to find what you’re looking for, or you have a privacy question or concern—contact our privacy team.

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