As much as I try to like, work, and slowly adopt ArcGIS Pro - it continues to disappoint. In ArcMap, I can click on a binocular icon and search all visible layers with no configuration on my part. I'm able to quickly find a street in a local layer or a REST service that exists in my map and simply zoom to that location.
It took 15 minutes to use the binocular icon in ArcGIS Pro just to get to a list that I had to pick through to find the correct location. Someone check my work flow here - but I'm now required to add the layer to the Locate tool that I want to search, configure each attribute to an equals or contains, then check and uncheck each layer I want to use for the search, and finally zoom to a number of results just to get close to where I want to be???
In this instance, I wanted to find a street called Joyce using a REST service from our P&Z. In ArcMap I can type "Joyce" and see a results list of Joyce Drive, Joyce Court, Joyce Circle, etc. In Pro, I get 12 results with just "Joyce", requiring me to click through 5 just to get to Joyce Circle. Sure - I could type Joyce Circle. But I DIDN'T have too before - and I liked it!
Change is not a problem with me. I was excited about Pro. However, when users have to continually cry out for simple tools we are used to using - the product is a no-go.