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Suppose I want to have someone with moderator abilities review a post. What would be the best way to flag this?

Is there already some standard way to do this that I don't know about?

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This is achieved with the moderator flags. Just click "flag":

      Flagging link

Next, select "it needs ♦ moderator attention", and tell us why:


Typical reasons are discussed in To flag or not to flag and a request for auditing and What are acceptable reasons for flagging as “Requires Moderator attention”?

If unsure you can also just ask here on "meta".

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