Well, @Smithy reacted faster, so just some aditional thoughts:
As I conclude from your other post, you're using UM adhesion sheets. They won't be damaged by the active levelling procedure. The little "craters" could be just small print material residue.
I use adhesion sheets mainly for printing ABS and if printing on bare glass doesn't adhere enough, and in my experience, removing a print stresses (and damages) the sheets more than the small probing points, and the adhesion sheets are so thin that there is no false levelling.
One tip at last: I put my adhesion sheets at the backside of the glass ("non-sticker" side) and just selecting adhesion sheet or bare glass by turning the glass plate around.
There is now way to change the procedure, it's in the firmware and not configurable.
But with your UM3 you can disable the leveling completely. So level your bed manually and if you don't change your setup you can just print without it. It is a waste of time and there is no need to level before every print.
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