Flagging behavior is not particularly well-documented in the FAQs. It's unclear whether or not flagging a question or a comment is an irrevocable action, or whether it will pop up a dialog for selecting a reason, or just seemingly do nothing. I would like to be able to test this behavior, both to learn more about how it operates and to validate that it's working properly on my browser; however, I don't particularly want to end up flagging a random post, particularly if it's an irrevocable act; I'd rather not add more trouble for the moderators to have to deal with.
My question is, could we possibly get a question that we could use to test flagging behavior that the moderators would know to safely ignore? That way, we can test the behavior without causing excessive work for the moderators. It could even be this question, if that's determined to be appropriate.
Note: this comes up largely because it appears that using the "comment flag" is irrevocable (at least, it appears to be on my browser); as it turns out, I didn't know that the "flag a question" link brought up a cancellable dialog box, because I didn't want to try flagging any questions (none seemed offensive enough). Really, this is a question about being able to test the functionality of the flag system without causing side effects; since we have no real manual for this product other than the product itself, it would be useful to have a playground to test the UI on.
And yes, I'm aware of this question, but I'm thinking of something a little simpler, just a single question with a few test answers to try this out on.