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Nope. Neither the user_timeline object, nor the user object return any flagging information, at all. (as of API version 2.2). The question, answer, and comment objects can return a can_flag boolean, but this does not necessarily indicate that the user has already flagged, and it returns false for a variety of reasons. Flagging history is especially ...


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The original intent of these options is clearly not to enable automated flagging, but rather to allow an application to generate a UI that presents the applicable options to a user who would be expected to understand them. With that in mind, the only safe way to identify a flag is by using an exact string match: one that takes into account the terms used ...


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The flag I think you're referring to was a recommend closure flag, which results in the post going to the Close Votes queue – not the actual flag queue, which currently has no backlog. Our flag response time is pretty good at the moment, sitting at a little under two and a half hours. It had recently been even better than that recently, but I've ...


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The official documentation is here: Available flags vary from object to object, user to user, and site to site. An application should not assume that particular flags are always available, or that particular option_ids are stable. Which isn't great. You may be able to get away with it, but there's nothing saying the option IDs can't change out from under ...


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bug : status-completed The feature #4 is broken for moderators Tracks changes, to flag counts, between visits to the flag-summary page. Moderators can see the flag summaries of all the users, Hence the counts of the individual users are all considered as the flag summaries of that particular moderator. The issue faced here is that I see weird numbers ...


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The values for the question and answer flag_option title properties, which I've determined experimentally, are: const flagTypes = { /* Localizations: * English (not localized) * Japanese: ja.stackoverflow.com * Spanish: es.stackoverflow.com * Portuguese: pt.stackoverflow.com * Russian: ru.stackoverflow.com & rus....


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