This question has arisen from a discussion on the following question:
The answer posted was flagged as a Very Low Quality answer by a member of the community, to which the question was [put on hold] and the moderator left a note on the answer.
Following this, the answer was once again flagged as VLQ, and the subsequent flag declined.
The questions, are:
- Should any answer that has a Moderator Notice be flagged again, or should the moderator indicate that the answer should no longer be flagged by the community?
- Should the "Moderator Notice" include some indication that this answer is considered a VLQ, but due to the OP indicating that the answer solved his issue, the answer is not to be deleted or otherwise canned?
- Should the "Moderator Notice" include the text, "Moderator Notice", to make the intentions of the mod more apparent?
- Should the moderator have accepted the subsequent VLQ flag(s) as "helpful", despite the answer already having been taken care of?
- Do the extra VLQ (et. al.) flags create excess noise to the moderators, that detract from other duties?
Feel free to answer any, all or none of the main question points. I have posted them for completeness and guidance only.