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If you're looking to add these within your workflow then have you looked into using a formula tool and the DateTimeNow() function right at the beginning and then right at the end (after a Block Until Done).
If you want to report on your workflows then you can read the logs in a separate workflow and create Start and End times using the information there.
There's a couple of ways I would look at this challenge.
First I would use the workflow logs, inferring the end time by adding the duration to the start time; you can do this by creating an Alteryx workflow which parses the log file.
If you are working with Alteryx Server you may want to dive into the MongoDB and look in the 'As_Results' collection which contains the ExecutionStartTime and ExecutionTime fields, which of course can then be used to infer the end time.