A couple years ago SE implemented a user dashboard for moderators, making it much easier to see at a glance a bunch of relevant information, including recent flags raised against the user. This collective body of information helps us to decide when and how to contact users about patterns of behavior that we'd like them to change.
Recently I sent such a message and only later noticed that, in addition to the stuff I saw on that page, the user had been engaging in some problematic behavior in one of my site's chat rooms. Had I noticed I definitely would have sent a stronger message, but sending a second one a day after the first saying "oh yeah, chat too!" doesn't feel right either. Is there any way we can get some passive visibility into recent validated chat flags?
The dashboard already contains a link to the user's chat profile, so had I thought to go look I would have seen the flags there. But I usually don't think to go look, and even if I do I have to click through a couple times and then look at dates to see if the flags were recent.
Chat integration is harder than reporting information on the main Q&A site, I know, but would it be possible to see something like "chat annotations: 3 last 7 days, 12 last 30 days" in that list of recent flags, with a link to the user's chat flags/annotations page? An entry like that would tell moderators that there's something else to look at, without having to actually gather up those flags and report them individually like on-site flags are reported. I'm also not asking that the counts be filtered per-site; chat flags don't have strong site associations, so there'd be (non-trivial) extra work in reporting only flags in this site's chat rooms. And anyway, chat moderation is shared, so if I'm contacting a user about problematic comments on my site and notice that the user has been rude in chat -- but not on my own site -- I might still mention that.
Is there something helpful and not hard that we can do to make chat flags more visible on this dashboard? I don't think a perma-link to the user's chat annotations would work; those could be from last week or six years ago. Getting the information that there's recent stuff here onto the mod dashboard is an important part of the request.