Sorry for the misunderstanding..
I mean adjust oil above the pizza after baking.
Sorry for responding like a smartass.
Are you referring to drizzling oil on top of the pizza? If that's what you mean: Don't do it if you don't want to do it. I don't do it, just like I don't do a lot of other things "they" told me to do when I first started making pizza. Like brushing the rim of the dough skin with oil. That's what the cookbooks told me to do in the late 90s (when I started making pizza), but eventually I realized I knew more about pizza than the people who wrote my cookbooks. Once I made that realization, I began questioning why they told me to do certain things and I began doing things for practical reasons that made sense to me. To me, brushing the dough with oil is impractical and creates no results that I'm looking for, just like drizzling olive oil creates no results that I'm looking for. So I don't do it.
Next time you make a pizza, don't drizzle oil on the pizza. If you end up liking it better without drizzling the olive oil, then that's the best way for you to do it.