Daily Sign-in ratio is bigger than Monthly sign-in ratio

  • 8 March 2022
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Hi

 

We were curious about the sign up ratio from our users, and whether they set nickname after signing up.

So, I made below segment chart, counting unique user number for any event.

-user seg1: sign in status =0, nickname= guest ( the user who didn’t sign up, so the nickname is set as guest, the basic form)

-user seg2: sign in status=1, nickname = no nickname (the user who signed up but didn’t add nickname)

-user seg3: sign in status=1, nickname != no nickname,guest ( the user who signed up and add nickname also)

 

the result were like this

# of unique users daily, seg1 user 60%, seg2 5%, seg3 35% (avg of 30 days)

# of unique users weekly, seg1 user 65%, seg2 7%, seg3 28% (avg of 4 weeks)

# of unique users monthly, seg1 user 68% seg2 10% seg3 22% (avg of 3 months)

 

but it went up.

I thought some users might need more time than a day or a week to sign up, so the percentage of seg 1( not signed up users) will go down in weekly or monthly basis.

but actually it went up.

 

How could this possibly happening? Will it be the ones who signed up before logs out…? 

https://analytics.amplitude.com/Dreamfora0205/chart/new/n3i5ogd

 

thanks

with the best regard,Flor Cho


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Hi @flor.cho

This is Yuanyuan from the Amplitude Support team - thank you for writing the post!

Could you please let me know how you got the following results?

# of unique users daily, seg1 user 60%, seg2 5%, seg3 35% (avg of 30 days)

# of unique users weekly, seg1 user 65%, seg2 7%, seg3 28% (avg of 4 weeks)

# of unique users monthly, seg1 user 68% seg2 10% seg3 22% (avg of 3 months)

Looking forward to hearing back from you!
 

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Hi @flor.cho I look forward to seeing how this comes together. Thanks for being a part of the community! 😀

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