In ArcCatalog, users are able to right click a feature class contained within the Enterprise Database, select Manage > Locks to view who or what is locking the individual Feature.
Now in Pro, users must right-click the database connection in the Catalog pane, click Properties, and expand the Connections section, then clickShowconnected users andlocks. Then users must drill down to find the source of the feature lock via Object Name, Lock Type, or Lock Owner. This process is cumbersome to perform when searching for locks on an individual feature, especially if there are numerous editors and services running within the enterprise. ArcCatalog performs the action quickly and efficiently via the individual feature "Manage" menu.
Often times feature parity is the key to adoption.