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The notion of blocking users is inherently thorny, and is often resolved in the way that presents the least potential for social friction possible. Consider the use case in which one individual is ...
By default, I would say just a pin, along with a representation of where they currently are (assuming your app has been given geolocation access). As you say, you don't want to discourage wandering ...
There definitely is some inconsistency across platforms: Facebook's in-browser messenger uses Enter for send, for instance. Assuming the intent is to support multi-line messages, it truly depends ...