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I recently flagged this post. Given the quirks of the SE review system, it was removed from the review queue after being edited.

DeltaLima says he re-flagged the post, but the post is not in the review queue. Does the system prevent a post from being reviewed twice? How does the review system work?

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    $\begingroup$ Good question. I added another flag to that answer, but it's still showing 0 posts in the LQP queue. It does seem that such posts are hanging around longer now that less of us have delete vote privileges after the graduation. Most of the regulars had it in beta, but there's only about a dozen now. $\endgroup$ – reirab Feb 14 '17 at 22:52
  • $\begingroup$ @reirab remember that in the queue you cannot see post you flagged $\endgroup$ – Federico Feb 15 '17 at 7:26
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DeltaLima says he re-flagged the post, but the post is not in the review queue.

You probably know this by know, but having asked about this on MSE:

Once reviewed, further flags do not re-add the post to the queue. At this point, a moderator will need to intervene. These flags will continue to appear in the moderator queue for this reason.

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  • $\begingroup$ that's not completely correct meta.stackexchange.com/a/295278/376358 <<If the post has already had a Low Quality review task, further flags will only appear in the moderator flag queue unless the post has been edited since the last task was completed (or invalidated).>> $\endgroup$ – Federico Oct 14 at 9:07

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