Thursday, May 19, 2022

How to Hide Orders on Amazon? Easy guide

If you share an Amazon account with other family members. OR. You let other people use your Prime login, you may at times want to hide orders on Amazon. Possibly you will not be spoiling the surprise of a birthday gift, or perhaps something else.  This article will show you how to hide orders on Amazon. 

How to Hide Orders on Amazon? Easy guide
How to Hide Orders on Amazon? Easy guide

How to Archive or Hide Orders on Amazon? 

  • First, log in to Amazon using your credentials, then click on Returns & Orders in the top-right. 
  • Here you will be able to see a list of all the things you’ve ordered in the past three months.
  • Scroll through the list till you locate the order that you want to hide. Then click on “View Order Details.” If you can’t find it, use the search bar. 
  • For the item that you want to hide, click on “Archive Order.” 
  • Then, click on “Archive Order” again. Everything that was ordered at the same time will be archived. 
  • Now, when someone takes a look at the list of your orders, it will not be visible. However, it will still be accessible in the order archive. 
  • If you want to access it, you can do so on Amazon’s Archived Orders page. To find it on Amazon’s website, navigate to Accounts & Lists > Account. Click on “Archived Orders” on Your Account page. 

You can instead try setting up Amazon Household 

Archiving orders to a little-known section of the user interface can’t be considered a great solution honestly speaking. It does work, however, someone curious can still easily get to know the order details. On the other hand, if you have Amazon Prime, there is a way better solution: Amazon Household.

Amazon Household allows you to share your Prime benefits as well as digital content with another adult as well as up to four teens & children. This means that both you and others can have their own Amazon accounts, order secret gifts, or whatever, while also getting the same free delivery options, without having to pay for a secondary Prime account.  

How to add an Adult to your Amazon Household? 

  • Firstly, log in to your Amazon account
  • Under My Account, navigate to Shopping programs and rentals > Amazon Household. 
  • Fill in the details of the adult you wish to add, then confirm. An email invitation will be sent, which has to be accepted by the other adult. 

How to add a Teen (13-17) to Your Amazon Household? 

  • Firstly, log in to your Amazon account
  • Under My Account, navigate to Shopping programs and rentals > Amazon Household. 
  • Click on Add Teen. 
  • Fill in the details, then confirm. An email invitation will be sent, which then has to be accepted by the teen. 

How to add a Child to your Amazon Household? 

  • Firstly, log in to your Amazon account.  
  • Under My Account, navigate to Shopping programs and rentals > Amazon Household. 
  • Click on Add Child. 
  • Fill in the details. 
  • Click on a profile icon. 

How to Remove Someone from Amazon Household? 

  • The process for removing someone from your Amazon Household is almost the same for adults, teens, as well as children alike. Log in to your Amazon account, then visit Your Account. From there navigate to Shopping programs and rentals > Amazon Household. 
  • On this page, if you are removing an adult, click on Remove below their name, then confirm. If you are removing teens & children, click on Edit under the name, then Remove Child/Teen from Household. 

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