Accidentally made a screen within a screen - how to move it up one level?

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Accidentally made a screen within a screen - how to move it up one level?

I made a screen within a screen.

Is there a way to move the inner screen up one level so that it is at the same level as the first screen running from the shell?
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Why don't you start from the beginning and tell us exactly what's happened?
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from the shell I made a screen

then, i made another screen, but while I was inside the first screen

when I go back to the shell, I only see one screen running.

For the purpose of organization, I want to move that 2nd up front so i can see both screens running when i run the command "screen -ls"

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