Our company has a group working within a folder on Wrike titled "Team A working folder". This folder is shared with a Wrike group containing all of its contributing members called "Team A", and the group containing everyone "My Team".
It is our intention that everyone in the workspace be able to view and comment on tasks, but not to reorganize them. On the parent folder "Team workspace folders", this was achieved by setting "My Team" to have "limited access" permissions. The "Team A working folder" is inside the "Team workspace folders" folder. We granted the group "Team A" sharing permissions for "full access", and we expected that the child folder would inherit the "limited access" for "My Team" from the parent folder. Instead, we are seeing that the child folder is set for both groups to have "Full Access" and that the setting is locked with a message stating that this is because the parent is also set that way. This appears to be contrary to our situation, and provides no way to have the folder honor the waterfall permissions it is supposed to have.
Screenshot of the permissions menu for the child folder "Team A working folder"
Can anyone offer advice on why this might be happening, and how to set the child folder's sharing permissions to match the parent folder's?