I was looking at the flags history and noticed a "declined" flag, on a "Low-quality" question.
Is it possible to get a one-line feedback from mods at the same time referring to why the flag was declined?
I'm aware that such a task might take much more time from mods, and might be technically impossible; yet this might be an improvement for SE on the long-run; helping users to understand flagging better and to raise better flags in the future.
Is this possible at all? and is it too much to ask?
To clarify what I am referring to by "flags history", here is an image that shows it.
As it can be seen the declined reason is a generic comment, that one can't really learn from. In particular, whan one thinks that a question/answer was a "very low quality"; and a mod thought it wasn't. I have noticed that it is common to ask in the meta forum why a flag was declined.
Wouldn't it be more effective, on the long run, to recieve a one-line feedback from mods to the reason for declining a flag?