Amazon released its first e-reader way back in 2007 and the device has come a long way since.
Although the Kindle concept is really simple — you just read a book on a screen — there are a few tips you might not be taking advantage of.
In the same way you can highlight a particularly important or impactful passage in a book, you can do it on your Kindle — and then see all your highlights from every book in one place.
To highlight a phrase, just press down at the start of the sentence, drag to select the whole phrase, hold down, and then tap "Highlight." To see everything you've saved, visit kindle.amazon.com/your_highlights.
You can organize all the books on your Kindle by creating "Collections."
To create a collection:
Select "Create New Collection" from the Home screen menu.