I just began evaluating Scrivener for Windows, and well, something came up.
After learning the diverse features, I wanted to set everything up.
I just failed at setting up a real german TOC.
Whatever I do, it always is titled “Contents”, and I didnt find any good tips using Google.

Can anyone push me in the right direction?

Unfortunately there’s not a way currently to change the title of the automatically-generated Table of Contents for ebooks, so you’ll need to do this after compiling. If you compile to the EPUB format, you can use the free Sigil to open the file and easily adjust the header. After you’ve re-saved the EPUB, you can open it in Amazon’s Kindle Previewer to automatically create a MOBI copy via its built-in KindleGen.