Leaker Max Weibach revealed, he showed a pop up column that contained a warning if the password could potentially be leaked. The browser then directs the user to change it with the Change automatically option.
If that option is selected, a new pop-up column will appear that will allow users to change their password directly via Google Assistant, as reported by The Verge, Monday (9/5/2022).
Actually, this Google assistant feature was announced at the Google I/O event last year. But it only works for a certain number of sites.
So when clicked, Google Assistant will direct the user directly to the site to change the password, and use Chrome’s built-in features to create and save new login details.