With Let's get rid of the 10K flag queue (MSE), the ability for 10k users to see flags (particularly not an answer and very low quality) is gone. This means that the little blue box for notifying a 10k user of a not an answer or low quality flag is gone.
What this means is that the only way for 20k users to be notified of discovered bad answers is through the low quality review queue ( https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/stats ). Note that a single 'looks good' or 'edit' can kick a question out of the low quality review queue.
I ask that people not use trivial edits on bad answers to remove it from the queue. If an answer is in there and you fix an 'i' to an 'I' it is removed from the queue and drastically reduced in visibility - but it still isn't a better answer. Such changes mean it is more likely to get deleted by a moderator rather than a 20k user and this complicates the workflow for a user to edit and undelete the answer.
As a 10k user one has the ability to see the history of everyone's activity in a queue and the action took:
20k users, please use this ability to double check edit and looks good reviews that have been booted from the queue to see if a delete vote is necessary on them anyways. Also, please look at the 10k tools deletes page to see if there are delete votes on existing answers that need to be handled.
Moderators (and I dislike telling moderators how to do their job - but I've done so in the past), if booting from a queue removes your visibility into these flags... well, you've got everything from have a chat with the user to review bans in your utility belt. With the 10k flag handling gone we (20k users) have less visibility into to handling the answer deletes and its likely you'll need to do more if nothing else changes.