How can I log time for another user

Hi, is there anyway of adding a time entry for another user? So going into a task, adding the time, date and then applying to time to another user? We have freelancers who do not have access to wrike and we need a way of adding their time entries. Currently these time entires come through either as my name or someone else in the team, which skews our reports. Thanks

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Hi Nush P, I've asked my colleagues from the Support team to reach out to you about this, and I can see they have 👍

Please let me know if there's anything else that I can help you with. 

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Hi, I am also very interested in this feature. We have similiar situation as Nush so it is really problematic. If you have some solution please try to reach me too. Thanks.

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The work around provided isn't great and we really need a solution to this. Wrike is there anything you can do? 

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Hi MB and Nush P, thank you both for sharing your feedback. I'm passing it on to our Product team. If there are any changes in relation to this we'll be sure to let you know here. 

MB, the solution shared by our Support team is to create dummy users with your own email address and have the external contractors set up as Collaborators.

Here's how to create a dummy user (please note, this doesn't always work with all types of email agents, but it works e.g. with Gmail):
If your email is email@company.com, then you need to send an invitation to an email email+1@company.com. So basically, you need to add a plus and any number or word after it, but before @. 

You will receive an invitation to your email@company.com email, and there you'd need to right-click on the invitation link / button "Join" and open it in a new Incognito or Private tab of your browser (or a different browser where you are not logged into Wrike). And so this way you would have a dummy collaborator and track time for them: https://help.wrike.com/hc/en-us/articles/4407152289047-Tracking-Time-for-Other-Users

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