Messenger Day works quite the same like Snapchat Stories, Instagram Stories, and WhatsApp Status. That means you can post pictures and videos from your day on Messenger with emojis, text, drawing and more. These posts will automatically disappear after 24 hours.
It also lets you add animated overlays over your pictures and videos. You can add things to your Day by opening up the camera in Messenger — from there, you can add a picture or video to your Day or share with your friends and group chats directly. Moreover, when you share something from the Messenger camera with your friends in a normal chat, Facebook will let you add that to your Day with a single tap of a button.
You can also watch your friends story at the top of the Messenger application like this,
However, right now it looks like users are clearly not liking it!!
Facebook has got some serious criticism from users from all over the world after it introduced a story like feature called Messenger Day into its Messenger app. Roll out of Messenger Day seems like a symptom of a broader problem afflicting Facebook at the moment. Facebook, undoubtedly is trying way too harder to beat Snapchat by repeating this same pattern over and over again. It looks like it is sacrificing the user experience for a strategic objective.
Either users will accept it like Instagram stories or it will too cause the backlash to Facebook like Whatsapp status. All we can do is be patient and see how it goes.