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What you can do is remove the icon, open application manager and drag the icon to the screen you want it at. You can also leave the icon on the first screen and then remove it after creating a shortcut on the other screen since apps usually don't care how many shortcuts you have.
I have a workaround that leads to a solution but not a direct solution: If you have Chrome tabs as separate entities in the Overview (Recent Apps) section, then undoing the closure of a tab is not possible. However, if you open Chrome and tap on the three-dotted menu in the right-hand corner and then tap Settings and navigate to Merge tabs and apps and move ...
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