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I've read several other questions where users asks why their flag was turned down for "this or that" reason. However I can't seem to locate this feature at all. Does it require any special priviligies or something similar? I try to do my best to flag questions that I don't think belong on StackOverflow, but I'm often left wondering if I flagged a question for the correct reason and so on.

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You can see what the status is on flags in your profile; click on the count next to 'helpful flags':

helpful flags count is a link

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Thanks! I've been looking at the wrong place. – KG Christensen Dec 29 '12 at 19:10
Especially if you've been looking for love. – Rosinante Dec 29 '12 at 23:22

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