Seems like there have been a few extra declined NAA flags lately so I would like to remind folks of the proper usage of this flag.
The flag is titled, "Not an Answer", it isn't "Not THE Answer" which is the primary issue I've seen. Poor answers should be downvoted, perhaps commented. Flags aren't necessary.
I've copied the below from an excellent meta.stackexchange answer.
When should I use this flag?
Use this flag when an answer is being used to:
- Ask a new question
- Clarify the existing question
- Communicate with another user
- Say "thanks" or confirm that another posted answer worked for them
- "Bump" the question, as in "I have the same problem, have you found a solution?"
When should I not use this flag?
Do not use this flag when:
- The user posts a partial answer
- The answer makes an attempt to answer the question, even if it is wrong or inaccurate or you disagree with it
- The problem with the answer is subtle and would benefit from additional explanation (see below)
But I'm still not sure if I'm using the flag correctly...
If it seems blatantly obvious to you that what you're looking at isn't an answer, you're probably using the flag correctly.
If the problem is subtle and may not be obvious to whoever reviews your flag, then raise the in need of moderator intervention flag instead, and explain in detail why you think the answer violates the site rules and should thus be removed.