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Is it possible to see if my post was flagged. The only way as I see it, if you see your post has got deleted, them may be someone might have flagged it for moderation. But is there other way to see if your post was flagged for moderation.

I am wondering if someone's is repeatedly flagged for posts, maybe he can be assigned a badge(bad one :) )

But right now, I want to know if it is possible to see how many posts of mine were flagged.

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If you have 10k, you might be able to see the flag in the 10k flag queue. I've seen a few flags on my own posts in there before. –  Mysticial Dec 4 '12 at 5:33
    
Also, votes to close. You can't even see if your own question has close votes if you don't have enough rep. Being able to see that would enable people to improve their questions before they actually get closed. –  Mr Lister Dec 4 '12 at 6:54

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No. We can't know which post is/was flagged by others. Flags are private: only moderators can see flags on posts, and see which posts belonging to a given user have been flagged.

Once upon a time, it was possible to see how many flags were active on a given post. This tended to make authors upset, and would also prompt pile-on flagging. So this is no longer possible.

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see the comment by Mystical, your answer should have been rather a coment –  refhat Dec 4 '12 at 5:34
    
@refhat - This is the answer because there is no way to see our flagged post. And as Mystical said they can see flagged post in the queue. And queue is temporary not a permanent solution. –  hims056 Dec 4 '12 at 5:36
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@Shog9 - Ah. I didn't know about Once upon a time. :) –  hims056 Dec 4 '12 at 5:42

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