How do you add a Photoshop brush to you CC library ?

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This may sound like a dumb question : I can easily "capture" brushes from my phone and use it in Ai or Ps, but what if I want to store some of my brushes inside a library, making it so much easier to reach than the very old .abr process ?

If this doesn't exist, then I'd be glad if this subject was merged to/turned into an existing feature request.
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Franck Payen

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In Photoshop CC 2015.1 - Drag a brush from the Brush Presets palette into the Libraries Palette.
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Chris, I know it's been a year, but thank you, I still use it :)
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I didn't realize you could do this! :-) I know it's 8 months old, but thanks so much @Franck Payen!
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Just found an interesting way to do this with Kyle Webster's brushes. Go to the brush presets panel and click on the hamburger icon in the upper right corner for the drop-down menu. Go to "Get more Brushes". It takes you to Kyle's page and when you download, they go directly into your brush presets. Then drag and drop to your library.