Once you share your location, both you and the person or people you’re sharing it with are able to see an estimate of how long it would take you to get to their location(s) by car.
If you want to share a static point on a map, and not your live location, you can still do that too – except, instead of choosing Share Live Location after you tap the location pin, just tap the red pin in the upper right hand corner. You’re then able to search for a place, or drag and drop the pin on the map before you hit Send.
Moreover, the feature is currently rolling out globally to all Messenger users on both iOS and Android. You can equally be checking out your respective app stores for an update.
This is like Whatsapp’s Live area following. Facebook live area sharing gives you a chance to choose the companion you see your live area on a guide facilitated by Google for 60 minutes. You can aswell impart your live area to companions in a gathering or to only one single individual, and can stop whenever. A little commencement clock will reveal to you how much longer you’re sharing for.