Boards don't just change from one type to another. It's not just that there's nothing in the GUI for it, there's no code either!
So yes, I suspect the same names, or someone has created a new board based on your project and your quick-link to it in the project sidebar has been updated. (Your board has not changed, just the link from the project now points to a different board)
as long as the board is shared it is for all users. this doesn't prevent others from creating their own boards. Though all of this can be managed thru permissions. Board Setting > General > edit filter shares
To be clear - a board is simply a graphical representation of issues driven by a filter. there is no user config associated w/ boards.
Right, I understand the board is a view/graphical representation, it just isn't clear to me how Jira decides which to present to a user when there is more than one. :) I will delete all other boards (checking with adminstrator of course).
Thank you all for the information!
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