Making changes to exMon, whether the change is a process, data provider, or something else. For this reason, the feature View Dependencies comes in handy. View decencies can both show us objects that depend on a selected object as well as what object the selected object depends on.
An example of this could be a compare query. If it is placed inside an object group, that object group will depend on the compare query. Furthermore, the compare query uses data providers to query, users to send emails to, and data types to group by. These are things the compare query depends on, and if deleted, the compare query will not work as originally intended.
To use this feature, you open exMon Administrator and right-click on the object you wish to see the dependency of.