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So, I feel a bit silly asking this, but I can't find anything in the docs. I have one fiddle under my Public Fiddles, and several under Dashboard.

How do I move a fiddle from Dashboard to Public Fiddles?

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In order to make a jsfiddle public it needs to have both a title and be set as the base version.

To set it as the base version, select 'Fork' on the menu. The forked fiddle will have an additional menu item 'Base' (indicating that it's the base version).

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this should be marked as the correct answer –  FireCoding Jan 14 at 20:18
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Yeah this seemed to do the trick for me. Not that obvious in the fiddle UI huh –  1800 INFORMATION Feb 11 at 20:57

Add a title to the fiddle; this makes the fiddle public. (It may take a few minutes to take effect.)

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I tried this. It did not move the fiddle into [Public Fiddles]. Its just a named fiddle on my Dashboard –  Tyrsius Jul 14 '12 at 18:41
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Not working for me, either. I created a fiddle, gave it a title, then clicked on "Your Public Fiddles" and it said I don't have any fiddles yet. –  Barmar Jul 25 '12 at 17:32
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@OskarKrawczyk Any update on the issue? I am still unable to set fiddle public. Thanks! –  mika Dec 20 '14 at 16:18
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Chaya Cooper's answer is more correct –  FireCoding Jan 14 at 20:19
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@ChayaCooper It actually seems to work after a few minutes. –  mika Feb 17 at 1:17

Try to open the fiddle with the "share" URL while logged out (using a different browser is usually faster).

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But does it work, while trying? –  Jacob Jan Tuinstra Jan 27 '13 at 19:29

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