I have recently flagged a question as "Very Low Quality". This flag has been declined, then the question has been put on hold as "Unclear what you're asking". The decline message said that I should use a standard flag instead to help prioritize problems.
It is this question: Extracting frames from video in VLC Player [on hold]
To me, the asker does state what they are trying to achieve. Instead, this question shows more a lack of personal effort, and combined with its brevity and poor formatting this makes it (in my opinion) a very bad post.
Thus, I would like information to help me improve my flagging practices in the future:
- What makes this specific question qualify more for Unclear What You're Asking flag than Very Low Quality?
- When should I use the VLQ flag? What kind of elements might qualify or disqualify a question for VLQ?