On a recent review of a first post the previous reviewer, a moderator, had already posted a comment that covered the issue.

The post was asked on the wrong SE site, but their comment covered this.

I decided to flag for moderator intervention because the 'No action necessary' pop-up for this action says "This question seems to be valid", which it isn't on the site it was posted on. But, a moderator was already aware as they commented so is flagging it just making work for others, or is this correct action?

I have done some looking around on the Metas but can't find an answer to this I don't think?

What are the review queues, and how do they work?

How does the new user question review process work?

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If you don't want to flag it, you can always upvote the previous reviewer's comment and then click on "I'm done".

  • Oh, ok, yes I see. That is a good idea. May 12, 2017 at 17:36

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