Q: What is not a benefit of using segments to analyze data?
A) Isolate and analyze specific conversion paths using conversion segments
B) Compare behavior metrics for groups of users like Converters vs non Converters
C) Analyze users by single or multi-session conditions
D) Permanently modify the data in a view
Correct Answer is D) Permanently modify the data in a view.
A segment is a subset of your Analytics data. Segments let you isolate and analyze those subsets of data so you can examine and respond to the component trends in your business. You can also use segments as the basis for audiences. A segment is made up of one or more non-destructive filters (filters that do not alter the underlying data). Those filters isolate subsets of users, sessions, and hit.
In Google Analytics, a segment is a subset of your Analytics data. In General, they let you isolate and analyze those subsets of data for better analysis. You can also use segments as the basis for audiences. It’s important to understand, that segments do not permanently modify data in views as filters. However, you should always keep the original view to have a “back up” if you apply to filters and permanently alter data. But it converns filters, not segments.
Read more here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/3123951