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It's not currently possible to bring files in from Google Drive. We get this feature request frequently though (also for Dropbox and iCloud) and I know the drawing teams are discussing additional file sources for the apps... I'm just not quite sure when they might make it into the app.
I don't know whether it helps, but you can export to Google Drive.
Wish I had more information for you. I'll definitely pass your comments along to the team.
Every time I think I should try out the Adobe Mobile apps again, I hit against something bone headed like this.
Seriously, Adobe only allow importing from the device and from your proprietary cloud service?
I was all ready to try the tools again and I have to do some baloney workaround because Adobe wants me to use their cloud share. Well what about stuff non adobe users provide to me to work on? I get design fodder from clients in Google Drive and Dropbox, not Adobe Cloud Whatever. Paying 50 dollars a month to have more restrictions than I have with $6 dollar apps I bought YEARS ago is not my idea of serving your customers. It seems more like Adobe is desperate to have us use it's cloud service which I have no compelling reason to use besides Libraries.
It's decisions like this that make me strive to find any app that can make me less dependent on Adobe.
I agree, this is so stupid!!!
I was actually looking forward to using Adobe Draw in a prof project right now. I was TOTALLY AMAZED that I couldnt do this...!!!!
DO I REALLY have to first copy my source material to Photos to import it...
Honestly no one cares about Adobe CC Files--- Its cool that I can send from app to desktop, but them adobe Libraries... no thanks...
I cant have to use a different filing system for every app developer...
This might even get me to remove Adobe apps now...