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In my profile, in flags history. What it means when you flag an answer or a question and the flag has the state disputed?

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Check out this conversation on Meta Stack Overflow:

A disputed flag is a flag that was issued on a post that then received an "invalid flag" flag from a 10K+ user. Both the original flag and the flag used to mark it as invalid will be listed as "disputed" in the respective user's flagging summary. Once a flag has been disputed, its state will not be changed by any additional action on the post.

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  • I also find this one to be useful...thanks so much meta.stackexchange.com/questions/112392/… – cayerdis Dec 1 '12 at 19:01
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    To add to what said from MPD, once a flag is disputed, not even a moderator can mark it as helpful, even if the flag was for a question to close, and the question is closed. – kiamlaluno Dec 1 '12 at 19:30

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