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Currently it shows if a moderator viewed the post even if said moderator viewed it sometime in the past, which isn't useful for knowing at a glance if a fellow mod evaluated the flag, in order to tend to the new ones first.

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I've never been sure if it did this or not. I guess it doesn't – Ben Brocka Oct 23 '12 at 13:16
    
I thought it already did this. I'm pretty sure I've viewed a question before it was flagged and then didn't see myself in the list of mods who viewed the flagged question. But now I'm not so sure. – Thomas Owens Oct 23 '12 at 13:18
    
@BenBrocka, wasn't sure either, until I say a new flag with a mod in the viewed by section, and that mod hadn't been active recently. I don't trust the "activity" neither but worst case scenario this post gets closed. – juan Oct 23 '12 at 13:19

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