Because the buttons are so small and so close together on the small iPhone screen, I have at least twice--that I know of--inadvertently flagged hubs or questions that I merely wanted to follow or unfollow. May I suggest moving them where users won't hit one instead of the other? I think it would save everyone time and grief. Thanks
It really doesn't matter that much. Flagged hubs are checked by real people and they can determine what may have been an accidental flag. As has been stated in other threads you may become like the boy who cried wolf. They will begin to ignore your flags.
Thanks for bringing this up. I agree it's too small and we should make it better.
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