The Wrike Time Tracking could be more simple.
In the "Wrike Tip - Time Tracking" https://help.wrike.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360014360313-Wrike-Tip-Time-Tracking is a tip how to handle the tracking.
The post itself:
"The first thing i do in the am when i open Wrike, is to 'start' and 'pause' the time tracker for each task/project that i will be working on, as well as my generic Task - Daily Activities. ..."
The idea is quiet good to use the start button and to jumop between the time tracking of each task, but it has one drawback. You need to open all your daily tasks once in the morning resulting in additional work.
A more simple approach would be if all activities which you have in your timesheet would be also available in the time tracking below the start button on top in Wrike. In the eprsonal Wrike settings their should be the possibility to turn thsi feauture on or off (not to make the list to long for peolpe with huge ammount of daily tasks).