The Quick Solution
Without getting into too much detail about the use of Source vs. Linked markers, I want to present a strategy for tracking down each marker type for given views. There are several ways to find a views source and linked markers.
First, there is a setting to show/highlight the source markers. If there is a reasonable density of source markers, it becomes easy to discern between the source and linked markers.
There is also a setting in the work environment to adjust the color of the highlight from standard yellow to any color or RGB code.
This has limited efficacy, since what you normally see is something like this:
The Correct Solution
So a simpler, and better solution is to obtain a direct connection to the source marker and a list of the linked markers. First, click on any marker, linked or source, or open the view from the view map or project map. Once the view is open, click on it, and select the project map from the navigator. The current view will be shown in Bold in the project map list.
From here you can right click and select either “Select N marker on the Home Story and zoom to it”, or “Find Linked Markers”.
The first option very simply zooms to the location of the source marker and selects it. The second option provides a list of all linked markers associated with that source view. If there are multiple instances or references to a single view map item in several markers, this will give a list of the marker type and location, and allow you to jump to that linked marker directly.
For more information on linked vs. source markers and how they work see: