DRAW Projects can't be shared to Illustrator
I am posting this as a BUG because I can't believe that this was intentional design--it must be a complete BUG.
We can share individual drawings from Adobe DRAW to Illustrator, but when you have an entire PROJECT of drawings, the share option is limited to very LOW-resolution images on a web link or sending them to Behance as a portfolio piece.
You don't want us to share a VERY BAD LOW RESOLUTION drawing to people do you? That can't be intentional.
And why on earth can't we just send an entire project to our computer for Illustrator? I could just save them in the Creative Cloud files in a folder called Adobe DRAW as individual illustrator files in a folder of the project's name.
I spent 2 hours last night just opening individual DRAW drawings, sending them to Illustrator and then saving them on my computer. 2 Hours of wasted time, not even being creative, just getting them from my iPad to my Computer. That doesn't make any sense. Why did Adobe make a project in DRAW if you can't do anything with a project? PLEASE FIX THIS.
You can't have thought this through and intended people to not be able to share a project with themselves...