django-hijack allows superusers to hijack (=login as) and work on behalf of another user.
# Django Hijack
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![Screenshot of django-hijack in action on the admin site.](docs/admin-screenshot.png)
![Screenshot of the warning seen while hijacking another user.](docs/hijacker-screenshot.png)
With Django Hijack, admins can log in and work on behalf of other users without having to know their credentials.
## Docs See http://django-hijack.readthedocs.org.
> I am using django-hijack on a project with hundreds of users, wonderful tool for support. Thank you! > > — [benzinonapoloni](https://www.reddit.com/user/benzinonapoloni) on [reddit](https://redd.it/39aggd)
> This is a super useful tool. I have a site where I occasionally impersonating users to help troubleshoot their issues. This is a huge time saver. > > — [orangishyellow](https://www.reddit.com/user/orangishyellow) on [reddit](https://redd.it/2i35fu)
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