When you log into Amazon (on the desktop site), here’s what you need to do to hide your orders:

  1. Click or tap your name at the top of the Amazon taskbar (next to your shopping cart).

  2. From the Your Account page, select Track And Control Your Orders from the Your Orders option.

  3. In the list of past orders, you’ll notice that each item has an Archive Order button below it. Click and confirm.

There are a few caveats to this. First, by default, Your Orders will only show purchases made in the last three months. To go back further, click Filters to search by Order Type (Not yet Shipped, Nearest Shops, Canceled) or Order Date (which allows you to search all previous years). It can be a fixed method, order and order. It is also important to note that the Amazon app itself does not allow users to book their order, so it must be done from the desktop site (although this can be accessed through the Desktop Site check box in your mobile browser’s settings).

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Archiving does not remove orders from your account, it just ensures that they are hidden. To get your purchases to show up in your main My Orders section, here’s what you need to do:

  1. Return to the Your Account menu.

  2. Select Saved Orders.

  3. In this menu, the Archive Order option is replaced by Unarchive Order. Select this option for the order you want to display again.

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