I have been flagging a lot of answers lately that were actually no answers, but comments or new questions - today one of those flags was declined, because "it shouldn't be used to flag wrong answers", in a case where I had clearly flagged a follow-up question. The flag description of "not an answer" seems to be indicating that this is the proper use of that flag.
Apparently, I am confused about how to use the "not an answer" flag. How is it supposed to be used?
Edit: The flagged answer can be found here: How to import my wallet?
The decline was explained with "declined - flags should not be used to indicate technical inaccuracies, or an altogether wrong answer"