# Edit on Low Quality Posts

When reviewing a Low Quality Post I accidentally edited it when, of course, you should only do this if you think you can fix the post, because after an edit the queue moves on. (The edit was just to show what's expected with MathJax, as they were a new user.)

The user had reputation $1$ and had posted a question on another users question, so after editing I would have recommended deletion. Anyhow my edit stopped the deletion process.

So what now; is there any way I can reverse my edit by rolling back (guessing this would change the edit but not the problem), or can the "answer" be reflagged again, finally can a Moderator sort things out, as I don't want it stuck there because of my slip-up.

• I'm slightly unsure how this works. At the moment it has $12$ flags remaining. What do those $12$ flags indicate, does it have to be flagged $12$ times before it can go into the LQP queue, then at what stage does it finally get closed? i.e., once someone flags the question with any of the options it at some point goes into the Low Quality Posts review queue, and then has to gain a sufficient number of close recommendations. – Daniel Buck Aug 1 at 16:44
• @DanielBuck No, you have 12 flags remaining, meaning that you can vote $12$ times before the end of the day. The post will get closed as soon as it collects $5$ close votes, or one close vote from someone with a gold badge of one of the associated tags. – Arnaud Mortier Aug 1 at 18:01