Board with multiple projects becomes the default board for any project contained in it - why

I created a board that contains a filter pulling in all the issues related to one department within IT and now that board shows as the default for all related issues .... this is the filter .. 

project in (AEM62, SI, DWR, BF, CARERAD, CPW, CRU, CAMGR, DIP, DIRB, EE, FMG, FSPW, FSWR, EDI, IMAGE, SVC, PEGA, PEGAAUTO, PG, PPW, RH, RP, RU, RMR, SA) ORDER BY Rank ASC

So for each project (AEM62, SI, DWR, etc.) this board displays as the default - how do I stop that from happening? 

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Jack Brickey Community Champion Jul 19, 2017

I noticed this as well. In my case for the project in question the 'shared' board was the only board I had that included the project. I was going to try, but have not yet, creating a project specific board in addition to the 'shared' board and see what happened. Basically, what is shown as the default board if you have many boards for a given project? The first one created, the last one, the most recent viewed, the coolest one, etc.

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