Amazon Launches New Forums for Kindles and Other Amazon Devices

Kindle Forum

A lot of people probably never noticed because they were kind of hard to find, but Amazon had a Kindle forum and Kindle help forum on their website, along with a number of other discussion forums, but Amazon recently announced that they will be closing them down on October 13th, 2017.

The notice atop the forum pages encourages people to use Goodreads Groups for discussions about books and Amazon Spark for other interests.

They also launched a new forum yesterday for Kindles, Fire tablets, and other Amazon devices and content.

The new forum can be found at instead of on the main Amazon website.

There are sections for Kindles, Fire tablets, Fire TV, Echo and Alexa, and Digital Content (Kindle books, Amazon video, music, apps, etc).

It looks like they’re still trying to iron out some of the kinks, but it has more of a traditional forum layout and there are more features like being able to embed images in posts and use avatars.

Using the forums requires an account but you can login with your Amazon account instead of having to create a new one.

Amazon Digital and Device Forum

6 Responses to “Amazon Launches New Forums for Kindles and Other Amazon Devices”

  1. did Amazon bring over to the new forum some of the old post from the old forum?

  2. Per version 2018.2 Kindle has MathML support but unfortunately, we couldn’t find the support in the Kindle device. The MathML is not support the coding.

    The MathML is displayed without any issues in browser. I would like to your comments on the same and what needs to be done to display the MathML to render in Kindle device.

  3. Tried it, doesn’t seem to b working. Keeps saying there is an error which their sopposedly working on.

  4. Just want to let you that I spent numerous hours trying to get my kindle operating with your techs. My email address and credit card number recently were changed by me. All the techs I talked couldn’t get my kindle to operate.

  5. My kindle fire will not charge more than 73 per cent