A few days ago, I flagged answers in SuperUser as NAA, and got my flag declined. Here is the meta post.
One of the moderator quoted the description of NAA flag:
This was posted as an answer, but it does not attempt to answer the question. It should possibly be an edit, a comment, another question, or deleted altogether.
Basically, I am reminded that NAA flag should not be used to flag wrong answer, but only post that does not attempt to answer the question.
Wrong answer? Downvote.
Partial answer? It's okay. Vote as needed.
We have discussed before that we want answers to be backed up, either by experience or citation or whatever. However, should we use NAA flag to delete answers that are not backed up?
Arguably, those answers are a valid attempt to answer the question, so it's not NAA.
We are not SuperUser, so we can decide if we want to keep deleting attempts to answer with no back up, or we stop deleting and start downvoting instead.
*I think using the latter will help people to start being comfortable to downvote more, but this is just a guess.
What do you think?