Questions tagged [flagging]
For questions about the flagging process, how flags are handled, etc.
Spam flag declined on strange answer
I reviewed late answers and got shown an answer that only had gibberish in it, no coherent answer whatsoever (first I thought ok a test maybe) and flagged it as spam. Now I got the flag declined, but ...
flagging clarification for low level answers
on this answer which basically all it says: Edit the connection and be sure to select the version of mysql installed on your PC in the "Local Client" section I believe it is a low level answer, ...
declined very low quality post (-5 votes and deleted)
A flag for very low quality post was declined. -5 Performance tuning for MySQL database (read only) answered Jul 3 at 15:53 by XXX With the reason: declined - flags should only be used to ...
Should I flag these two very low quality questions with the same template from two different users?
Today I saw these two questions. They are IMHO very low quality/effort ones, but may be "fixed" with a few comments and right response from OPs. But looking at them together, they are two variants of ...
Why is flag declined based on content edited after flagging?
I flagged this answer which - at the time I flagged it, was not an answer at all. The post was edited, became an answer, and my flag was declined. Should the flag not have been helpful as it ...
Why is there not a way to unflag a post?
I flagged a post, but upon reflection, it should not have been flagged. Is there a way to "un"-flag a post? Shouldn't there be?
I'm not sure what was wrong with this flag
I flagged this question with the comment "impossible to answer". The flag was declined with the message: flags should only be used to make moderators aware of content that requires their ...
Should "thanks" and "welcome" comments be removed as "too chatty"?
I often see comments along the following lines: Thanks! You're welcome. :) This is great! In person, I appreciate these aspects of common courtesy. On Stack Exchange, they are considered unnecessary....
Who decides the migration paths of questions?
Currently, if I flag a question as off-topic, I only have the option to recommend it goes to meta DB. Will I ever be able to flag it as more appropriate for ServerFault or SO?