(hope this is in the right area?... Please move if not!) Right, never having opted to use the function, I am curious as to how it works... If a post of mine is reported, do I get a notification that it has been reported, even if not who has reported it? Do reported posts need an explanation by the one reporting it? Do the Mods respond to the person who raised it, or even to the person whose post has been reported? How does anyone know whether a reported posted has been reviewed and/or actioned (even if no further action is warranted)? In an ideal world, I would see the person reporting the post having to explain why it is reported. No explanation and the report is ignored. The author of the reported post should then get a notification that the post has been reported and the explanation, although not the identity of the person reporting them. Both parties should then get notification that the report has been reviewed and who by, along with the Mod's comments and details of any further actions. Is this unreasonable? Would it help, without putting additional work on the Mods? Or is this the way it works anyway?