In ArcMap there is a GUI Find Route Tool on the Tools Menu. It opens a wizard that lets the user enter stops and barriers interactively.
Has this been implemented in ArcGIS Pro, yet?
If not, when does esri plan to implement it?
Here's what the button looks like.
Here's the wizard window that it opens and a route.
No. I'm looking for the GUI tool, like ArcMap has. See the screenshots above.
Thanks for trying. Let me know if you can find a GUI tool for this in ArcGIS Pro.
I'll amend the question to further clarify this.
It is different, yet the same.
You might want to have a look at the tutorials, particularly at the images in them.
For instance, this example shows the layout of the options available for this case example.
If you are trying to see if a particular tool icon exists, you can examine the folder in your arcgis pro installation path
C:\Your_Install_Path_\Resources\ArcToolBox\Images and some in
If you are looking for a 1:1 replica, that would probably leave an ArcGIS Ideas look or perhaps a suggestion.
So, why all of the changes?
Why not a convenient wizard like ArcMap?
While wondering if I could export my stops and barriers lists from the ArcMap wizard list I found that it is not possible and that there have been conversations online about this. The ArcMap wizard will save those lists but cannot export them to another format. I suspect that the Pro developers decided to kill two birds with one stone by just storing these features in a GDB from the outset. This, by its nature, puts those lists in a standard geodatabase format that can be easily exported to any other format, but makes things much more convoluted for the user.
Recommendations to achieve ArcMap Equivalency: