Suppose I want to have someone with moderator abilities review a post. What would be the best way to flag this?

Is there already some standard way to do this that I don't know about?

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This is achieved with the moderator flags, which any user with the flag posts privilege (15 rep) can cast. All users can use these on their own posts, regardless of their reputation. Just click "flag":

      Flagging link

Next, select "in need of moderator intervention", and tell us why:

      flag dialog screenshot

Typical reasons are discussed in What are acceptable reasons for flagging as “Requires Moderator attention”?

If unsure or not having enough reputation, you can also just ask here on Meta.

  • How do you know when a moderator has looked at a flagged question? A question of mine was voted to close, and I asked for moderator attention to move the question to another StackExchange site. How do I know if the moderator is willing to do this or not? – StatsSorceress Jul 23 '17 at 20:37
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    @Stats we can tell, but it isn't displayed publicly; do you have a link to the question? – Marc Gravell Jul 23 '17 at 22:16
  • Yes, thank you! My comment there describes the reason best. Here is the link: stackoverflow.com/questions/45269428/… – StatsSorceress Jul 24 '17 at 0:09

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