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The flag is "disputed" because the low quality review was completed with the result Looks OK since two out of three reviewers voted for that. (Why they voted like that I can't tell, of course) The po …
answered Oct 6 '15 by ACuriousMind
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Non-moderator users have no way to know that their posts have been flagged except by the phenomena associated with the review of such flags, e.g. automatic comments with a "From Review" link at the e …
answered Jul 21 '17 by ACuriousMind
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either "very low quality" should mean posts like the ones you are flagging - posts that technically try to answer the question, but horribly fail at providing anything useful to the reader - or should … be abolished. I'll now address a point DavidZ makes in his answer: Very low quality is not needed for gibberish posts. Shog9 explicitly recommends flagging gibberish as "rude or abusive", and "not …
answered Jul 17 '16 by ACuriousMind
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That is not spam. On StackExchange, only posts that explicity advertise a specific website, program or product are considered spam. Gibberish should be flagged as either "not an answer" or "rude or a …
answered Jan 6 '18 by ACuriousMind
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You do not need the question ID. Click on "share" and copy the link to the question to your clipboard, then insert that into the close dialogue.
answered Jan 5 '18 by ACuriousMind
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The spam flag is indeed intended only for promotional posts that have very little to do with the topic at hand. However, utterly meaningless gibberish may well be flagged as rude or abusive. The flag …
answered Nov 22 '16 by ACuriousMind
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Note that "spam" is notably missing from the list of flags (VLQ, rude or abusive, not an answer) Shog9 lists in the answer you quote. The spam flag description reads: Exists only to promote a prod …
answered Oct 28 '18 by ACuriousMind