Time is an attribute of how the human mind/brain perceives the universe. There is no way of untangling the psychology of perception from the study of physics at the quantum level. But there is probably no way of convincing most persons who have invested effort in reading and learning about quantum mechanics that this is so. I understand that the few persons who have invested a LOT of effort into learning physics have an understanding of this entanglement, though they probably describe it in different terms.
I am NOT saying that physics is somehow wrong. It isn't. But physics at all levels, from QM to the pure classical physics of Newton, is built up on abstractions of how we perceive the world around us, and those abstractions by definition are only pieces of reality seen from particular points of view. In other words, and has been said many times before, the observer is an integral part of the event being observed.
Time is usually best seen as an attribute we bring with us to each and every one of our observations. As such, it belongs more to the psychology side of the psych/physics entanglement than to the physics side.