There are more options, but the results can vary…
There’s also ‘jump’ (control-shift-j) which allows you to directly jump to any model in any given diagram. Although it won’t give you a full direct overview it’s usable, and has name completion so you don’t have to remember everything from mind.
Another option, in my opinion more usable for what you’re trying to do, is to look for related elements. Right click on an element, find the “Related elements” section and then use the “show dependent model elements”.
There’s even better stuff: in that same section find “Show other views…” and you get a full overview of all the diagram(s) which utilize the current model element (so: which contain either master or auxiliary views).
I don’t know what license / edition you use but there’s even more available for higher tiered licenses. From the top of my head it’s “Standard” and up, but I could be mistaken there. Even so: still in that very same section find “Analysis”. This will create a new (dynamic) diagram (or use an existing one) and it’ll show you all the relationships of the current element:
But as said: that feature is only available in higher tiered licenses, but a very powerful one.
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