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I'll add on a more specific use case to flesh out this post a little more since it was my #1 search result, but maybe this should now belong in the "feature request realm" rather than community support, looks like it's not a supported feature atm.
My related use case is:
1. I go to the page "...jira/boards" and see all boards that I have permission to see. In my case, it looks like Jira is pulling up all viewable boards within my org (across projects), but perhaps that is because of my permissions.
2. For now, let's assume that I am returned a multi-paginated page with a lot of boards, 50+.
3. I now want an export of all board names, with their associated owners and project name like I see on the page, to help my team clean up our Jira instance and declutter from confusing or duplicative public boards. An excel export (like you can do when running queries in Issue view) would allow my team to collaboratively mark boards as either keep, edit, or delete in a temporary outside spot before actually pulling the plug on them.
Looks like for now I have to copy and paste the text from the webpage onto an excel manually.
What do you mean by "export?"
The problem with what you are asking for is: how do you know a Board is associated with a Project? For example, let's say you use JQL "fixVersion in (2.0, 2.1, 3.0)" as the query for a Board. Any Project that has a Fix Version in the list in parenthesis could be queried and would show up on the Board. Does that mean that the Board is "associated with a Project?" How about if the JQL was a list of Sprint names? Resolutions? See where I'm going?
This only addresses identifying Boards. Depending on what you mean by "export," there may not be a mechanism to do what you want. Then permissions factor in to the equation. You can only see a list of what you have permission to see. There could be things that you don't have permission to.
Probably the answer is that it can't be done in an effective manner, unfortunately. Sorry I don't have better news for you :)