Does anybody know what's the meaning of these terms in the GA?
It is under Engagement Overview => User Stickiness chart.
Does it get to do with how engaged the users are in a particular session?

Thank you for answering again.

Joe

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jghwebbrand Premium
Here's some info I found doing a search.
It's very common for organizations to track daily active users (DAU), weekly active users (WAU), and monthly active users (MAU). These metrics measure the number of users who engage with your product or service over the specific time period indicated.

WAU/MAU can be thought of as the percentage of weeks in a month during which people use the product repeatedly.

DAU/MAU is an important metric to measure engagement, but here's where it fails. DAU/MAU is a popular metric for user engagement – it's the ratio of your daily active users over your monthly active users, expressed as a percentage. Usually apps over 20% are said to be good, and 50%+ is world class.
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jn232 Premium
Oh thank you so much again for explaining, George :)
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jghwebbrand Premium
You are so very welcome.

Do you check your google search console too for query work ideas. We find query words helpful to let us know how search engines perceive our keywords.
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JohnJStanley Premium Plus
Thanks for the great explanation!
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jghwebbrand Premium
You are very welcome.
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jn232 Premium
The terms WAU, MAU, DAU in GA. What is that?
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jn232 Premium
Oh that's a long read, thanks Norman.
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