Google is emailing through Google Search Console about a new Google Assistant feature that will use users the capability to immediately change their passwords to login to your site in Google Chrome. The Chrome feature, I think is numerous months old, however the notification from Google Search Console, I believe, is new.J.J. James Patterson sent me a screenshot of this notification on Twitter that reads “New Google Assistant function will go reside on [domain here] in 2 weeks.” Then it says, “in 2 weeks, Google Chrome will begin to provide some users the ability to automate changing their password on your site utilizing Google Assistant. When this feature is allowed, Google Assistant can perform the following actions on behalf of the user:”Google Assistant automatically logs the user in with the right qualifications and navigates to the account settings page on your site. If the credentials conserved in Chrome are out-of-date, the Google Assistant can assist the user reset their password for supported sites.
The user selects either to utilize a password created by Chrome or to produce their own password.
Google Assistant helps the user send the altered password on your website.Google said this function is “powered by Duplex on the Web.” Google stated you can disable this feature on your website in Google Search Console.Here is a screen shot of this email: The link to the duplex on the web in the email J.J. got goes to this Google aid document that says Duplex on the internet for Search Console “feature is only readily available if your site is qualified, and you have actually been contacted about getting involved.” If you are qualified, click on this link you can enable it in Search Console.The assistance document has this all under the automated password change area that says: Enable Duplex on the internet to automate altering site passwords utilizing Google Assistant. Within Chrome on Android, users will have the alternative to utilize Google Assistant to automate the procedure of changing their password on your website. You can see a demonstration of the feature tape-recorded at the Google I/O conference.Here is the video demonstration: This has been popping up for me on Chrome a lot over the past couple of days: Are these related?Forum discussion at Twitter.