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?


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 '17 at 17:36

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