Low quality answer should be used to flag answers that contains very little information (for example "link-only-answers")
This question/answer has severe formatting or content problems. This
question/answer is unlikely to be salvageable through editing, and
might need to be removed.
More details here
Not an answer should be used for answers that is ...
The general stance is link only answers should be down voted or flagged. If flagged, we would add a post notice and they would be subject to deletion. Link only answers serve no value as hyperlinks change easily. The essential parts of the link should be in block quotes with your context giving the complete answer.
In the said question, it looks like it was ...
Since English is the only allowed language I think our only option is to edit the question the best way we can. The user posting bad English will hopefully learn along the way, and we get a stronger community if we help each other out.
English is really tough to learn if you native language is traditional Chinese. Not only do you need to learn letter ...
My general rule of thumb on flagging is this:
Raise a flag if:
There is something that needs done to the question or answer that you do not have ability yet to do yourself.
You think there is something suspicious going on
Rudeness or bickering in the comments
Don't flag for:
Wrong answers, down vote instead
Low quality answers, down vote instead, or try ...
I think you may be misunderstanding the content of the screenshot.
We don't show you who handled the flags you raised. The "answered 22 hours ago by Sandip Pal" text is the information about when the answer you flagged as not an answer was written and by whom. This contrasts with questions which read "asked [time period] ago by [username]" there are some ...
I just saw an issue like this over on the Travel site, so I'll steal my own explanation from there:
For what it's worth, spam flags are intended for use on only the most egregious cases, like "ChEaP GUCC1 BAGS HERE" or "STREEM LIVE 5PORT5 |\|0VV!" They show up with priority in the mod queue and carry a hefty reputation penalty for post authors when enough ...
Basically, for an answer like that, that do actually answer the question (but not with a lot of explanations) and that also already has gotten a comment about it lacking details, we as moderators should not take any further action on it.
The answer is helpful, if not to all. The need for further explanation has already been addressed.
What you can do is ...