In a couple of comments recently, I have been told that instead of commenting or voting to close, I should flag questions that would be appropriate for say, tex.stackexchange.com "for migration". However, when I flag a question on StackOverflow, there is no explicit option to flag for migration.
I have learned that such an option used to exist, but apparently it doesn't any more.
Moreover, I don't think voting to close a question as "off-topic - belongs on another site" will cause it to be automatically migrated either. Again, it used to, but it doesn't seem to any more.
So now, it seems, we can only use the generic "flag for moderator attention for some other reason" option for this - is that right? So only the people who have been told, or have guessed, that this is still an option, will actually do so?
This seems like a ridiculously overkill way to avoid bad flags for migration. Surely there is a better way to handle this supposed problem?