Show project name in Jira header

I'm using JIRA - actually the Agile board/process.  Is there any way to add the current project into the header i.e. somewhere as shown in the screenshot:

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Working with multiple projects, and sometimes it is hard to remember which project I am in?  
Even if there is a way to change the header colour per project?

Many thanks in advance. 

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Not really, because it's not always going to be right (and colour won't work because of the sheer number of projects I've got access to).  As an example, I go into project ABC (that's fine), I add a few issues, then click on "show on board" on one of them.  ABC is now wrong because a board is not a project object, I could be looking at many of them.

I know what you're getting at - a display of "what project I last used", but it's not actually that useful.

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