Just a few minutes ago, I observed a new user account post an answer to a question. This answer was essentially unhelpful because it didn't really work. At the end of the short answer was a link to a Salesforce-related blog post that had nothing to do with the question or answer at hand.
"On a hunch" I clicked into the user's profile and saw three answers all given recently. As suspected, when I drilled into those answers (one which was unhelpful, and one which, actually, seemed to be helpful) the same blog post link was in each answer. I proceeded to flag each of these answers as Spam, and someone has already taken care of those answers. (Thank you!)
All that is not to "toot my own horn", but rather to lead into the actual question:
Is there a way to flag a user ?
I'm asking because if something similar happens with way more than three answers to flag, it would be much quicker, simpler and (I would assume) "cleaner" for the moderators/admin to deal with one flag rather than a number of flags.
I searched Meta and Help Center and did not see anything directly related to this. My apologies if I missed something obvious.