Among many other issues we're finding, we've discovered that the sharing of tasks is nearly useless without the context of the project, space, or task list/folder that it's within.
For example, our PM just shared a task with me and there was some limited conversation going on. I got an email that was subject "RE: Client Revisions" with literally no other information aside from the conversation. Half the time, similar convos could apply to a myriad of clients and/or projects here.
Although I can see the need for limiting permissions and access BEYOND that single task, not giving that person some idea of where they landed in wrike is absolutely mind-boggling. In that case, the parent project/folder/space should be labeled within the task as it normally is for users with appropriate permissions, just not clickable.
Attaching an image. What good is this without some context of where it is?