Using Dock will substitute Finder function to go to specified address.
There are a separating line on your Dock. This line separate Dock into two parts. the left part (or top part) is for launching Applications while the other part is for opening items. Now, we will make use of this second part, i.e. the right part (or bottom part).
Let's try with folder named Applications. Drag & Drop your folder to Dock. You will realize that the folder cannot be dropped to other part of the Dock, i.e. left part (or upper part).
Now, Click & Hold or Control-Click on that folder. A list of your applications will appear.
As you can see, some of those have arrow. This means that you can dig deeper inside. Click on the item will open the Finder in that particular item's location.
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