How To Organize Books On Kindle? Best Full Guide [ecis2023]


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How To Organize Books On Kindle? It is common for people to have a hard time finding the books they want on their Kindle. This can be solved by organizing them into categories and sorting them by author, title, or publication date. Read this article to find out how!

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Table of Contents

  • 1 How To Organize Books On Kindle?
    • 1.1 Remove Kindle Books You Don’t Need
    • 1.2 Sort Your Kindle Books
    • 1.3 Filter By Document Type
    • 1.4 Take Advantage of Kindle Collections (Folders)
    • 1.5 Search Your Kindle Library
    • 1.6 Utilize Reading Lists
    • 1.7 Keep Your Kindle Books Organized
  • 2 FAQs
    • 2.1 How do I manage my Kindle books?
    • 2.2 How do I organize my Kindle books into collections?
    • 2.3 How do you organize Kindle books on iPad?
    • 2.4 How do I separate two Kindles on the same account?

How To Organize Books On Kindle?

Most people leave their Kindle library completely untouched when they first get it. They figure that it’s automatically organized is a good thing, so why would anyone want to change anything? But there are many reasons to schedule your Kindle books! The main reason is that if you don’t, you’ll waste time looking for novels or biographies, only to remember you read them on your Kindle and can’t find the book now.

When you purchase a Kindle, it takes all of the books you have stored in an Amazon account, puts them into your library, and sends them to your device. If you have hundreds or even thousands of books stored in your Amazon account, it can take quite a while for the device to send every single one of them.

Your Kindle will automatically organize everything into categories like “Books,” “Movies,” or “Audiobooks.” If you have over 100 books on your Kindle, this category may be set up with only one screen of about 100 titles.

Finding a particular novel or biography on an extensive list may be challenging, depending on how many books you have.

Organize Books On Kindle

Remove Kindle Books You Don’t Need

It’s a good idea to remove books that you already read from your Kindle. If you know exactly where the book is in your library (library = every single book), you can find it and press the “remove from device” button.

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If you’re trying to remove a book that’s no longer on your device, you can go into your Kindle library and press the “Actions” button. Then select “remove from device.”

Sort Your Kindle Books

The sorting method you decide to use is personal, but most people like the “most recent” option since it puts newer novels in front. Others prefer to go with the “title” sort so that they can browse by first letter or A-Z. How

Filter By Document Type

Depending on the type of Kindle you purchased, and whether or not you have a subscription to Kindle Unlimited, your library will be replaced by various document types. When you open the Kindle app on your device, press the “Actions” button in the top right corner and select “Sync to Device.”

Take Advantage of Kindle Collections (Folders)

Take Advantage of Kindle Collections

If you’re reading a few novels from the same series, but you’ve purchased several, it can get frustrating to find them. If you already have a folder for the series, it allows you to press “All” and see every book from the series all in one place.

If you’re adding several books at once, there’s an option called “Add to the existing collection.” This makes an organization much easier than having tons of individual folders.

Search Your Kindle Library

If you have books in different categories, sometimes it can be challenging to find the correct search term. If you’re looking for novels that are mysteries, you may want to try “mysteries” or “mystery.” You might get all of your fiction and some non-fiction books about mystery stories.

Utilize Reading Lists

Reading lists are a great way to store books that you haven’t read yet but which you want to. If you organize all of the books by your reading list, it will be much easier to find them than in other areas of your library.

Change Organization Preferences in Kindle Settings/

It’s always good to organize your stuff. It is also easy to do on your Kindle device or app. Open the “Settings” tab on the home page, and you’ll see an option for “Organize Your Library.”

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If you have many books that haven’t been read yet, it may be best to select “Re-Download” and wait for the device to push everything into place.

Keep Your Kindle Books Organized

Keep Your Kindle Books Organized

If you want to keep your Kindle books organized (and you should), organizing them is pretty simple. You can manage everyone by genre, title, and author, all from the home page.

You can even organize your books by the time you read them. It’s a good idea to keep everything organized to avoid getting too cluttered and hard to find specific things.


How do I manage my Kindle books?

Manage Kindle Content

Log in to Amazon. Manage Your Content and Devices and click on the Content heading at the top to view all your ebooks. Click the Sort By menu to arrange books. You can change the sort order to Acquired Date, Title, Author, or Acquired Date. Click the Action button to manage one item.

How do I organize my Kindle books into collections?

Place your books in the collection. Hold the cover image of a book in your hands. The pop-up screen will open, and the first option is “Add To Collection.” Click the box to the right of the collection you wish to add the book, and then hit the Done button at the bottom.

How do you organize Kindle books on iPad?

Tap the three stacked bars at the top left corner of your screen to open the menu. Tap Collections. Tap Collections to open a new screen that will display your collections, if any. To add a group, tap the + sign in the upper left corner.

How do I separate two Kindles on the same account?

Click Manage Your Devices from the Manage Your Kindle Page. Click on the Kindle that you wish to deregister. Click Deregister. Click the Deregister button in the Deregister This device pop-up.

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Debora Berti

Università degli Studi di Firenze, IT

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