I find that the projects we have to complete vary enormously in scope. Wrike allows you to use it's multi-layered tools to build as simple a tool as will work for your project so ...
- Use a Project with sub-projects when your project is large and complicated
- Use a Project when the project is simpler.
- Use a task with subtasks stored in an appropriate folder for smaller projects
- Even smaller, a single task with a checklist inside.
We have a structure of folders within which the above methods are used to organize and direct or work. We are an I.T. department, we have folders by the department to which we are delivering the project along with a second set of folders organized around the principles of an I.T. service desk for the service work we perform. All of this helps to view our work in ways that make sense. Meanwhile we use Sprint folders to help our users know what to work on today.