The flagging system has changed quite a bit since the days of flag weight, and I feel this has mostly been for the best. In particular, having detailed feedback on which flags were appropriate and which flags weren't is quite helpful for fine-tuning one's flagging behaviour. On the other hand, now that flag weight is gone, it's not clear to me whether something else has replaced it on the moderator side of things. So, to be clear, I'd like to ask
when one raises a flag on a post, what exactly can the responding moderators see?
Do they have access to
- the username of who raised the flag?
- their flagging statistics?
- some sort of flag weight?
- some other information?
Does this depend on the type of flag? That is, are spam/offensive/not-an-answer/very-low-quality flags different from the custom
other (needs ♦ moderator attention) flag?
Finally, certain flags are visible to 10k users, who can confirm or dispute them as extra information for the moderators that then act on them. Can those 10k users see more information than just the type of flag?