Now you will be able to change passwords with Google Assistant on Chrome, which will be helpful in account security


Google has started rolling out the feature to change the password with the help of Google Assistant for its Chrome users. Let us tell you that the company had announced this feature of Chrome's built-in password manager at last year's annual developer's conference.

 Google, at its annual developer's conference last year, announced a special feature for Chrome's built-in password manager that will help users check if they have been exposed to online data breaches. Apart from this, the feature will also show tampered passwords and help users to change them automatically using Google Assistant. In addition, the feature will also show users reused and weak passwords that need to be changed. Now, almost a year later, Google has finally started rolling out this feature to its users.

Tipster Max Weinbach shared a glimpse of the interface of the feature along with screenshots on his Twitter account. Android Police has reported that the Chrome web browser will prompt users to change a stolen or hacked password, then log into a site whose password has been affected. Now a dialog box will appear with the message that Chrome has found the password it has just used in the data breach. Your Google Assistant can automatically change your password.

This message is followed by a Google Assistant button labeled 'Change Automatically', which will enable users to change the password with the press of a button. will be taken to their device accounts. Once users give the necessary permissions to Google Assistant, they will be taken to the affected website to set a new password for the account. Here users will get two options - either you will be able to type your password or you can suggest the password to the built-in password manager.

Please note that this feature does not support all websites yet. Also, Google has not published the requirements for the website, which would enable them to support this feature. We can only assume that Google plans to roll out this feature gradually and it should be rolling out to other websites globally soon.