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Offline Tony82
09 Aug 2018, 03:32 PM | Post: #1

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management of Collections

Collections - What use are they?

I have a number of books on my Paperwhite, all in one long list under recent/author/title. I would like to break this up into separate collections (files).  I have established some collections with books inside them.  However, the same titles still appear in the general list and, it seems, that nothing has been saved.  If this is how it should be then collections would seem irrelevant. Is this is so?  
Please can anyone help me with the solution.


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Offline mummycool1 Reading [=Closer by K.L. Slater=]
09 Nov 2018, 11:42 AM | Post: #2

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RE: management of Collections

Hi Tony, I've attached a photo of one of my collections pages. Take note of the menu titles at the top and see if changing those helps you to see what you want to see. When I open my collection folders I see all the book covers if that's any help. I'd try playing with the titles up top though as they will change what you can see on your Kindle. [attachment=5121 Wrote:     Tony82 Wrote: pid='192397' dateline='1533828767'] Collections - What use are they?

I have a number of books on my Paperwhite, all in one long list under recent/author/title. I would like to break this up into separate collections (files).  I have established some collections with books inside them.  However, the same titles still appear in the general list and, it seems, that nothing has been saved.  If this is how it should be then collections would seem irrelevant. Is this is so?  
Please can anyone help me with the solution.


Tony82
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