I noticed over the past couple days of working through the flag queues that all the flags I dealt with are on answers, not questions.
This could be that there are exponentially more flags on answers than questions and that I have just not come across a question flag, though I doubt this is the case.
In the Help Center article about Moderation tools, there is a piece about "Can I see all flags?", however it doesn't state that questions are not visible either.
Can I see all flags?
No. If a user picks the flag → it needs ♦ moderator attention → other option, the flag will be treated with the highest confidentiality and will only be visible to community moderators and Stack Exchange employees.
In addition, flagged comments and spam/offensive flags are not visible to you.
I can see an argument being made that most question flags are only able to be acted on by ♦ moderators, but there are still things the community can do on these flagged questions. For example, perhaps the question is flagged low quality due to very poor formatting and a simple edit of the question could negate that flag. Or a duplicate question flag can be turned into a close vote on our part. In other words, I believe there are benefits to seeing question flags.
Note: I'm not talking about "other (needs ♦ moderator attention)" flags.
Is it by design that question flags do not make it into the 10k moderator tools? If so, why? Would it be beneficial to allow question flags into the flag queue?
If question flags are definitely not going to be added into the moderator tools, can the Help Center page be updated to also say that question flags are not visible to us?