User growth accounting gives you insight into the trend of active users/teams with nuance that an xAU growth chart can never provide. Growth accounting charts are more commonly seen in plotting changes in revenue composition over time, but have immense utility for product and growth teams in understanding the health of the product and its distribution.
Thanks for your great contribution to growth topics, big fan!
QQ: Isn't using a quick ratio new users/dormant users exactly the problem you mentioned above, that churn can be masked by pouring inefficient money in acquisition and therefore this metric shouldn't be directly interpreted (especially in high growth, scaling environments & shorter observation windows like MoM, quarterly, etc..)
Thanks in advance