SharePoint 2013 lists

I'm new to SharePoint 2013 and would like to know how I can move a list I created on a private page to the public page.  Any ideas?
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Justin StearCommented:
I am still on Sharepoint 2010, but from they say

Click on Create View
Select your private view
Use either 'Developer Tool' if you are using IE or 'Firebug' if you are using Firefox. Enable this tool and then locate the second radion button.
Remove the attribute 'disabled' from the radion button
Add a new attribute 'checked="checked"' to the radio button.
Now save you view and you are done.

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Walter CurtisSharePoint AEDCommented:
You can save the list as a template then use it anywhere you want to.
Chantelle SmithCommented:
Hi. You could also just go into Site Settings > Content & Structure > click on drop-down next to item you want to move.
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