There are lists (on the meta and the main, separately) which you can access if you have 10k points or more, through review and then clicking tools and choosing the appropriate tab. These lists, however, do not include everything, they are limited in both time range and length.
The lists go only as far as 30 days the most. On the main site, however, due ...
Those flags you see are from other users, but you only see those flags that use one of the standard flagging reasons. Flags for moderator attention with free-form text are still only shown to moderators, and moderators can also see who is flagging for most flags.
The idea behind showing those flags to high-rep users is that they can help out with some of ...
I just asked this question at meta.SO here. I managed to get the proposed Deleted Answer Manager to work in Google Chrome on maths.SE by editing the script here.
Specifically, I changed the line
// @match http://stackoverflow.com/*
// @match http://math.stackexchange.com/*
Then installed the script via Tampermonkey. Here's a ...
I had also been quite annoyed by this aspect of reviewing proposed edits. However, one solution is to click the "improve" button, which will show you exactly what you want (what the end result of the proposed edit would look like), and then if it is satisfactory, just hit the "back" button and approve it.
There are two ways how the community can delete answers (well, actually, it can also via spam flags etc. but this is orthogonal):
Users with 20k+ can vote to delete an answer (provided its score is negative). This can be done on the answer directly using the link below it. Three such votes will delete the answer. Technically, this is very similar to voting ...
Assuming that you have not used up your daily delete-vote allowance, it may not be a criteria that you as a user have to meet, but a criteria that the post has to meet. Here are some restrictions for applying delete votes.
Users with between 10,000 and 19,999 reputation can only vote to delete closed/on-hold questions which have been closed/on-hold for at ...
Starting earlier today, we now treat formulas as single units when it comes to comparing them between revisions. The inline and side-by-side views show rendered formulas, and the "side-by-side markdown" view can be used to view the actual notation changes.
The indicator for pending reviews is only shown when the queues are above a certain length. I do not know the exact value off-hand for this site (it differs per site), but it should be around ten, and at the very moment there are only three review tasks so we are below that threshold and thus it is not shown.
You can still access the queues by clicking the ...
It seems to have been corrected more or less. It shows 30 reviews now, and through private browsing window it adds up to 25 reviews.
I don't know if it's because I did a few reviews, or if something else happened. Probably the latter.
Yes, you can edit deleted posts; this MSE answer describes the situations in which a user is able to edit a deleted post (basically if the user can see the deleted post, and the post is not a question which the user was the author of and self-deleted, then the user can edit it).
10k users were seeing all posts with moderator flags on them, whether they were deleted or not.
Next build corrects this issue, so you shouldn't be seeing deleted posts on the 10k tools unless you are a moderator.
I think that some reviewers are not looking very closely at the flags at all, or else the accept/reject process has something confusing that causes these kinds of misflags.
My take of the "not an answer" flag is that it means that the post does not attempt at all to answer the question asked. I do not think it means "the answer is incorrect."
I disputed a "...
In fairly recent memory, I have been flagging "invalid" on a good handful or two of "not an answer" flags on very old posts (2011 or earlier). The posts were indeed not answers (example here for 10k+ users), but given their age I don't think doing something about them would improve the site in proportion to the time it would take a moderator to do it.