How do you enter y-chromosomal DNA results that aren't yours?

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In my tree, I have identified a paternal lineage from one of my great-great grandfathers to an ancestor which already has a y-chromosomal test from someone who has the same y-chromosome. This would mean that the paternal lineage in my tree is the same haplogroup. How do I add that?
in WikiTree Help by Brendan O'Loughlin G2G1 (1.3k points)

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You can only add your own DNA results. If there is a Y-DNA link to another Wikitreer then it should have propagated up the line to your ancestor. Have you checked that your own Y-haplogroup matches this one, or are you making an assumption based on paper trail?
by Lynda Crackett G2G6 Pilot (633k points)

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