When we flag questions and answers as spam, abuse or requiring attention, how exactly do the moderators use the information?
I'm guessing there's a shared queue somewhere that moderators can all see. Is there some method of knowing whether something that has been flagged has been addressed yet? How do you make sure that two moderators swooping down to fix an edit war don't get into an edit war with each other? How do you see and use the details we enter when we flag a post as requiring moderator attention? Do you see the name of the user who submitted the report, or just the report? Can we see a screenshot of the flag queue?
I guess the whole flagging mechanism seems pretty opaque. I'm hoping a moderator can outline the details of what they do with the reports. I know we have the details of how to use flagging, but I'd find it easier to use if I knew what is done with it.