You can achieve this by the following method.
You will now have a common backlog across all your boards. Remember to use the individual boards for actioning items otherwise it can be very confusing for all involved.
You can use the same method for creating a single board that spans more than one project.
The filter seems to be the problem. So far I have
project in (xx, xx, xx) AND issuetype in (Bug, Epic, Story, Task) AND status = Open AND assignee in (membersOf(jira-users)) ORDER BY Rank DESC
but it will still pick up issues that are open and in the current active sprint under the To Do lane.
Is there not JQL syntax for backlog as there is for project?
If you wish to exclude any items that are already allocated to a sprint add the following condition to your SQL
AND sprint is EMPTY
so this becomes
project in (xx, xx, xx) AND issuetype in (Bug, Epic, Story, Task) AND status = Open AND assignee in (membersOf(jira-users)) AND sprint is EMPTY ORDER BY Rank DESC
Alternatively if you ever need to see all items that are allocated to a sprint use
AND sprint is NOT EMPTY
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