If a reader detected any violations or found your article offensive they could click on that flag explain to the moderators what they don't like about your Hub and a moderator would have to take a look at it.
If someone thinks that a hub is 'substandard' they can use this flag to report the Hub to staff and they will evaluate the Hub and make a decision one way or the other:
Check out this cool video made by the staff and you will get a better idea:
Hi omar21! Could you be a little more specific about what you're referring to?
flag is for marking your hub or any hub for that matter to be reviewed by Hubpages staff for violation of some rule or because it is offensive/problematic. It is to help staff find bad hubs and delete them or unpublish them. So you don't want to flag your own hubs that would not be wise.
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