Normally when I order a Kindle book from Amazon, it goes to one Kindle, but is available to my other Kindles as well (I own 2 Kindles, and also have downloaded Kindle for PC on my tablet).
So for example, if I order a new book titled "How to Build a Brain", that book appears on my Kindle, and if I at some other time start up a PC with "Kindle for PC" on it, I can just click on MY-LIBRARY and download the book. Furthermore, if I make highlights in one copy, (I think), it will carry over to all the other copies, though I'm' not sure if that's true to an already downloaded copy on a PC and I'm doubtful that if I highlight it on my PC, it will sync to my other devices.
So that's a question right there, but here's the main question:
If I send a "personal document" to a Kindle, can I make that also available to all my devices? Normally I send the document, via email, with a subject line of 'convert'. This instructs Amazon to convert the personal document to a MOBI file, which then ends up on my Kindle. Unfortunately, it seems that Amazon gives no option to put it on all Kindles.
This means I would have to send separate emails to all my Kindles, and even then, the "Kindle for PC" software on my PC would not have access to the document.
Perhaps there is some way that I don't know about to make it act like an Amazon book, so that it is available across all devices?
Actually, there is a way and an even better alternative!
To send a book to your device using the email address, just include all pertinent email addresses in the "to" line. It will send the book to each one.
The alternative is to download and install the Send to Kindle device. There you can check each valid destination and if you want to keep a copy on the cloud (I think it's automatic if you use the email method). The great part of the application is it's faster than email and it remembers where to send it so you don't have to rebuild that "to" list each time!
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