I have been reading as many questions as I could here on meta about flagging old questions but none of them seem to directly address this issue. In my travels through the corner of Stack Overflow I'm most interested in, I've come across more than a few questions that relate to older versions of Xcode, such as questions about upgrading, compatibility, or things that are specific to those older versions. This content is unlikely to be of much use to people in the future, especially in cases where the advice would actually be counter-productive with the current version of the software.
I've flagged a few key examples, but it made me wonder about doing a targeted search to find similar examples, which might lead me to flagging in one sweep 20-40 such examples that met this criteria, rather than one or two. Is systematically going looking for out of date content and flagging it desirable behaviour, or does this just fill up moderator queues with more work than needed?
For background, I've just crossed the 1k rep mark so can't vote to close. My flag weight is 562 from 52 flags so I'm confident the general quality of my flagging has been fine.