The Locate feature is an overlooked feature in Integrity and Scrutiny. It answers the common question, "Integrity is reporting a broken link on a page but I don't know where to find that page" or "that page shouldn't exist any more".
It tells you, as a user, how to find the link in question and the page it's on. These hyperlinks are clickable.
There may be more than one route to click through from the home page (or your starting url) to the link in question, but this tool should show the shortest.
It's important to distinguish here between link urls, and a single instance of a link.
In this example, I've selected a link url which has tested as good. There may be links with that target url on multiple pages (or multiple links on the same page). For example a link to the home page probably exists on every page of a site, maybe in more than one place on a page.
Similarly, if you open the link inspector, it concerns a link url and the status of that url when tested, and it has a table listing the instances or occurrences of that url in links. Before using the Locate button (or context menu in that table) it's important to select one of the instances in the table.