When questions get close votes, can we have them automatically tagged so that other users with the rep to close questions can see them? I find myself wondering if questions don't get closed simply because they don't have the visibility.
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What questions don't get closed?
I think they get closed quite successfully, and besides, 10k users and moderators can see a list with questions with close votes
IMO this shouldn't be implemented using tags - they should be kept as a tool for categorising contents as much as possible.
I'd say it would be best implemented as a search term, a query string param or some other out of the way feature.
I'm also not sure that a list of questions with close votes should be available to all users... maybe I'm too pessimistic but I'd fear that would encourage less considered closing, with people regularly refreshing the close list, eager to close down posts.
Certainly a very handy moderator tool.