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Each room has a link that can be shared so anyone on Messenger can join the conversation”. The blue circle image above is listed as a Rooms logo in the code (the darker background and illustration of a home is ours).
Tech Crunch received a tip off about the code from developer evangelist Chris Messina.
Buried in Messenger’s i OS app’s source code are multiple references to the feature, with some explanation of how it works.
The code shows: “Introducing rooms”, “Rooms are for public conversations about topics and interests.
When we asked Facebook if it was building a Messenger Rooms feature, the company told me “We don’t have any comment on this speculation.” However, here are screenshots of the excavated Messenger code about Rooms: [Update am PT: After being shown the screenshots of the code, Facebook provided a different statement, saying “We often run small tests – nothing else to share beyond that.”] [Update pm PT: Tech Crunch has now attained screenshots of the Messenger Rooms feature from our reader Hoan Do.
The screenshots show how users can join public rooms, chat with friends as well as strangers using the standard Messenger interface and features, how to manage a Room, and the ability to share the Room to get other people to join. The Messenger Rooms feature is reminiscent of the standalone Rooms app that Facebook launched in 2014 but shut down in 2015.
It let people be pseudonymous and join interest-based discussion groups.