If a user posts several questions that get closed off it will trigger a 'Multiple closed question' flag that then gets reviewed by moderators. If the moderator chooses to let it slide and accept the flag with no action, when will that same flag get re-raised?
- the very next closed question they ask?
- if they start asking decent questions but then one more gets closed?
- after 3 years of inactivity they post a question and it gets closed?
How can we keep track if a user is constantly getting their questions closed off? Does accepting the flag reset their behaviour back to zero, requiring a whole new batch of questions be closed in order to re-trigger that flag, or will the flag constantly get raised each time they ask a question that gets closed? (I would hope it's closer to the latter than the former).
My concern is that if I accept a MCQ flag and do nothing with it (perhaps because the user is new and is finding their feet, getting better but still not quite 'there' yet) that they could keep asking poor questions and I wouldn't know about it because I dismissed the first flag and no subsequent flags were raised until they've been posting significantly more poor-quality posts.