How to Hide Orders on Amazon


On Amazon, you can find some orders in case you are not interested in them any more. In this short manual, we will tell you how to hide orders on Amazon. This question interests mainly shoppers, but if your customer asks you how to do that (if they buy a gift and don’t want their family to see a ‘spoiler’ to this gift), you should know hot to help.

Some people find the process of hiding orders on Amazon a bit difficult and it is actually so.


How to hide Orders on Amazon

The only way to do that is to visit the ‘Orders’ page and ‘Archive order’. There is a button next to each purchased item.

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Clicking on this button will make the order disappear. Still, all archived orders can be found on the self-titled page. Keep in mind that you can archive 100 orders at a time. If you have reached this limit, free up some room. Go to the whole list and tap ‘Unarchive order’ for your old purchases.

You now know how to hide and unhide orders on the Amazon website and will be able to explain this to your customers.

Here is a short algorithm of actions for you to quickly find the necessary step:

  1. Go to the website.
  2. Log in.
  3. Find the ‘Accounts and Lists’ section.
  4. Select ‘Your orders’.
  5. Find the one you want to hide.
  6. Click on the ‘Archive order’ button.
  7. Click on the button with the same text to confirm hiding your order.


How to Hide Orders on Amazon Using App

Archiving orders on the desktop site can seem to some Amazon users confusing, but when it comes to the app, it is almost impossible to find this page.
Here is the way of finding this well-hidden page. Go to ‘Your account’ and find ‘Ordering and shopping preferences’ section. This is the place where ‘Archived orders’ are stored.

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Click on the link and this will take you to the list of your hidden purchases.
So, this is how to hide orders on Amazon using the official app. Not so difficult if to know the algorithm.

We hope you and your customers won’t be ever confused with archiving orders for any purposes.