Kindle e-readers make it easy to amass and read books. Unfortunately, they donâ€™t make it particularly easy to organize them. Thereâ€™s no folder structure or tagging system to impose order on large libraries. Instead, Kindle offers Collections, a way of sorting books into logical groupings on the device screen.
Alas, Collections are far from perfect. You canâ€™t drag-and-drop books, even if your Kindle has a touchscreen, or otherwise organize books en masse. You have to open each book and assign it to a collection individually. Still, with some effort and patience, Collections can help you streamline your library, which will definitely help you better enjoy your Kindle. Hereâ€™s how to get started.