I'm really having trouble telling where I am at times. What task belongs to what project, what project belongs to what client, and even what team folder belongs to what project. To that end, I created client folders under our projects, so only things we want the clients to see show up in their folders. But on the client side, if they end up with multiple folders, it doesn't indicate where they come from.
So I'm thinking at the top of the page where it displays where you are, it could also show (even if it's smaller below the main title) the tree and project. Something like:
[project name] next folder up, next folder up, next folder up, etc...
Design Tasks (larger, like it is now)
[Wage Recovery 2018] Office of Consumer Affairs < Consumer & Veterans Services (smaller)
or you could do something that expands even vertically:
Design Tasks (this is the folder we are clicked on)
[Wage Recovery 2018]
Office of Consumer Affairs
Consumer & Veterans Services
2018 (top level folder)
So when I share a folder with someone, like the Design Tasks folder, but they don't have access to any other folders. when they see it in their panel, it will only say "Design Tasks," but when they click on it... above the LIST panel it will show the folder name "Design Tasks" and smaller below it, it will show the path and highlight in some way the project it comes from.
But this idea of disconnecting the project from tasks seems to happen in a few places within Wrike. And it makes it tough when you try and keep folder structure consistent, because you end up having a lot of folders with the same name, but when you can't see those folders in context to the project, it's tough to know where they come from. And I really don't want to have to add the department to every folder name. That seems like a waste.