This question already has an answer here:
This is a followup to Is it required to click I Understand? which Anna answered with:
Only the audit failures themselves are considered when determining if a user should be blocked from reviewing for a while
I would like to know if there's any other mechanic behind any of the "I understand" buttons?
Or, phrased in stronger terms: Let's have a "I disagree with this audit" button to temporarily remove a post from the audit queue, put it back in review queues, and only after it got reviewed again with a confirmative result, add it back to the audit queue.
Or, maybe the "disagree" button could remove it and flag it for moderator review?
Or, that button could automatically create a corresponding meta post?
There are plenty of meta questions about "why did this audit fail". Some are legitimate, some are not. A button to signal disagreement with the audit could help and accelerate in the process or clarification.