When we enter the flagging history for our account through the number link in our profile, we get a nice list of flagged questions/answers, and on the right a summary of the number of helpful, disputed, declined flags.
I would like to see a special tab for the history of comment flags, or even have them interspersed between the other flags.
This request arises because I like my flags to be as helpful as possible (don't we all?) and I would like to be able to see which flags are declined, so that I can e.g. ask around for the reasoning behind that. This is especially relevant since my answer and question flags are all deemed helpful (save one, which was accidentally denied and a follow-up custom flag dealt with it), but I regularly have one of my comment flags denied.
The first of those does not address my point because it dates from before even the total tallies on the comment flags were displayed. The second is downright incorrect according to this comment from a few months later.
Besides that the answers in above references seem no longer applicable or otherwise suboptimal, e.g. this excerpt:
Then check the places where you had flagged comments:
If the comment disappeared, your flag was (most likely) deemed helpful. If the comment is still there, but there is no flag icon when you hover over it, your flag is still pending for review. If the comment is still there and the flag icon is shown on hover, your flag has been declined.
suggests that I keep track of which posts I flagged. I think it gives worthless advice; memorizing things should be left with computers and not clutter my more severely limited head-space.
Edit -- 17-05-2013:
I have since localized three further questions (this, this and this) with basically the same suggestion. None of these received any response from official channels. Any particular reason for this? I understand comments are "ephemeral" "second-class citizens", but what's wrong with more feedback on one's efforts to help the community in this aspect?
Edit -- 29-06-2013:
The update that enables this has gone live on all of StackExchange. This request may therefore be marked status-completed. Your work is much appreciated, SE devs!