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I have flagged some questions on stackoverflow which, in my opinion, belong on superuser (mostly about bash). Now I keep finding similar questions, and I don't know which of them I have already flagged. I want to avoid annoying mods who might have already decided that that particular question really does belong on stackoverflow.

How do I keep track of the questions I have flaged for moderator attention?

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Just gain 2,869 reps. :) – kennytm Aug 20 '10 at 21:53
@Kenny: That doesn't really help either, as there's no way to track your close votes. ...or your reopen votes. ...or your delete votes. ...or your undelete votes. ;) – Jon Seigel Aug 20 '10 at 21:56
May also be interesting to read:… – Time Traveling Bobby Aug 20 '10 at 22:55
A related note, moderator flag messages are actually retained even after they have been cleared. There's currently no mechanism to retrieve them without re-flagging the post, but there's another feature request for that as well. – Grace Note Aug 23 '10 at 15:28
up vote 3 down vote accepted

Currently, there's no way to do this besides writing it down somewhere.

That being said, due to the system not allowing more than one flag on a single post, you can't accidentally flag the same post twice.

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you can however re-flag once the flag is cleared – Jeff Atwood Aug 21 '10 at 15:31
Give the flag another shot – random Aug 21 '10 at 20:44
@Jeff: It does not appear to work. I got the usual "You have already flagged this post for moderator attention." – Jon Seigel Aug 22 '10 at 16:15
@random: Thanks. – Jon Seigel Aug 22 '10 at 16:16

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