Yes. And no. You can bring them into the photo layer but not into a drawing layer as an editable file. Probably not the answer you were hoping for....
I'll pass this along to the product team as a feature request (it's one we hear fairly often).
Thanks for your prompt reply. I look forward to the update that includes this feature
I want the answer for the same question.
Despite my question is that I can put the vector into library from illustrator but it doesn't come in adobe draw.
Right now, there is no way to bring assets from Illustrator CC into Draw and keep them as editable files. You can bring them in as a photo layer if you put them into the Creative Cloud Files folder on your desktop, but at that point, they won't be files you can edit.
What type of files do you have in your Libraries?
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Currently you can place a shape created by Adobe Capture from a CC Library. Capture creates vector files, which may be a little better than placing something on the photo layer. Anything you place on the photo layer gets rasterized. You can change the color and the opacity of the shape and it stays as vector, but that is about it. Shapes created with Capture are saved to the CC Library as svg files, not ai files. I'm pretty sure this is why Draw can handle these files and not ones created in Illustrator.