- 1 How do I separate Kindle libraries?
- 2 How do I keep my books off my child’s Kindle?
- 3 Can different Kindle accounts share books?
- 4 How do I share Kindle books without family?
- 5 How do I separate two Kindles on the same account?
- 6 How do I transfer Kindle books to another account?
- 7 Can I set up a separate Kindle account for my child?
- 8 Should I register child’s Kindle to my account?
- 9 How do I reset the parental controls on my Kindle?
- 10 Can I share my Kindle library with family?
- 11 Can you share Kindle unlimited books with family?
- 12 Can all Kindle books be loaned?
- 13 How do I know if I can loan a Kindle book?
How do I separate Kindle libraries?
If you want separate e-book libraries that share some books but not all, use the “household” feature (Manage Your Household ). Each user has their own Amazon account and their own e-book library, but the household feature makes it simple to share books between Kindles in the household.
How do I keep my books off my child’s Kindle?
You can restrict your child’s access to all four by using parental controls. To access parental controls, tap Menu→Settings→Device Options→Parental Controls→Restrictions. The screen shown in Figure 1 appears. Tap the toggle switch for Web Browser, Kindle Store, Cloud, or Goodreads to restrict access.
You can easily share Kindle books between family members, but you’ll have to set up an Amazon Household first. Once all accounts under the Household approve the setup, books are automatically shared between members’ devices. You can create an Amazon Household online or directly on your Kindle.
If you decide you don’t want to see them in an app, you have to uncheck the box on the Your Devices page. If you don’t want to share a specific book in your library, you can unshare it from the nearby page Your Account / Manage Your Content and Devices / Your Content. That should be enough to get you up and reading.
How do I separate two Kindles on the same account?
From the Manage Your Kindle page, click Manage Your Devices. Locate the Kindle you want to deregister and click it. Click Deregister. In the Deregister This Device pop-up, click the Deregister button.
How do I transfer Kindle books to another account?
How to share a Kindle book from the Manage Your Content and Devices page
- Log into your Amazon account as you normally would, and head to the Manage Your Content and Devices page.
- Click the Actions button next to the book or magazine title you want to loan.
- Enter the recipient’s email address and an optional message.
Can I set up a separate Kindle account for my child?
Select Add New Profile or Add Child Profile. Enter your parental controls pin code, if needed, then the child’s name and birthday. Select any content from your own library that you want to include in the child’s library, then select Next. Review the child’s profile and reading settings, then select Done.
Should I register child’s Kindle to my account?
For the younger children, you’ll want their Kindle registered to your Amazon account, but with all the parental controls engaged, so there’s no access to your account, Cloud or the web browser. Then you’ll want to use Amazom Kids for that child.
How do I reset the parental controls on my Kindle?
Swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap the Parental Controls notification. Enter your password or PIN incorrectly five times in a row to view the popup, and tap the Reset your Parental Controls Password message. You’ll be asked to sign into your Amazon account. Enter your account password and tap Continue.
Family members in your Amazon Household can access more eBooks and other digital content through Family Library. Family Library helps you share digital content with the eligible family members added in your Amazon Household. You can link two adult Amazon accounts to share eBooks, audiobooks, apps and games.
How many people can share an Amazon Kindle Unlimited subscription? That means there is no official way to purchase a group or family plan, nor to share it with family members from you Amazon account.
Can all Kindle books be loaned?
#NotAllBooks: Unfortunately, not all Kindle books are lendable. In fact, the majority of Kindle books can’t be loaned. One Time Only: Kindle only allows you to loan a title once—not just once per person, but once total. After you’ve loaned a book out, you can’t loan it out to anyone else again.
How do I know if I can loan a Kindle book?
If you have purchased a copy of your own book, you are welcome to lend it. However, you can only lend a title once per the terms of the Kindle Book Lending program. Loans of Kindle books are not purchases and thus are not eligible to receive royalty payments. All KDP titles are enrolled in lending by default.