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You didn't do anything wrong, both those answers are unclear, particularly the second one. Both times, your flag put the answer in the review queue. Both times, some people agreed with you and some didn't, so the answer didn't get deleted. It looks to me like the user was trying to be helpful in both cases, and he just had trouble phrasing it clearly in ...


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Those are both automatic messages. :) But they are chosen by the moderator that declines the flag. If none of the set messages is appropriate, we'll write our own. The first answer was answering, technically speaking, so that explains why the flag was declined. However, it was spammy, so I deleted it. Usually in such cases, I would accept the flag, but act ...


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I try to do a chunk now and then but it takes time if there aren't many people reviewing the queue. But let me use this opportunity to say something: Sometimes I see "not an answer" flags for answers that are low-quality answers. This is not the appropriate use of this flag. There is already a way to signal low quality answers, and that is downvoting. "...


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