When users flag answers with NAA or VLQ, they flow into the Low Quality review queue, unless the answer is accepted. Accepted answers with these flags bypass the review queue and head directly to the moderator queue for processing. The problem is that we don't know if it is a flag for a moderator to process.
For example, on Stack Overflow we may have 100+ VLQ flags and 300+ NAA flags at any given time. Unless we open the post, we don't know if it is a flag that needs our attention or if the community is going to process it.
Can we get some sort of indicator on the post in the queue that it is accepted? Or even better a separate queue for VLQ/NAA flags that are accepted?
We already get similar things on posts, when it's been deleted from review, or edited by another moderator. It could be as easy as: