I flagged this answer as "very low quality" (which it is). The content of the question is the following:
So, I'm looking to create a search page with similar functionality to this one, where you can organize by location and then sort by other information. For node location data I'm using the location module. I'm wondering whether I should use Views with exposed filters, Search API, or something else. I'm happy to learn modules, but I'd rather not spend a lot of time learning/figuring one out that I won't end up using.
The content of the answer is the following:
This looks like something for views
My flag was declined with this reason:
declined - flags should only be used to make moderators aware of content that requires their intervention
I feel like the point has been missed here; the whole reason I flagged it was so that it would be brought to a mod's attention, and that they can intervene and delete the answer (which I am not able to do). The answer simply isn't good enough for a Stack Exchange site and should be removed.
Why does a flag for "very low quality" exist if I'm not allowed to use it on Drupal Answers? If that flag reason is not in fact used to flag low quality answers (as I have used it for in this instance), than what is it for?
N.B. I use this exact reason to flag similar answers on the main Stack Overflow site all the time, and I've never had a single one declined, or even disputed, so I know my reasoning is correct per the Stack Exchange rules/ethos.