There are different ways in which you can import files into Procreate so we have shared our top 3 suggestions below.
1. If you use a Mac computer/laptop, a super convenient way of importing files is actually to download them to your Mac/Macbook first. Once downloaded, unzip your files on your computer, then use AirDrop to transfer them to your iPad. Any .brush, .brushset and .procreate files will automatically be imported into Procreate, so that you can get working with them straight away.
2. If you use a PC, you can certainly download your files to your computer first as well, and use file transfer software such as Dropbox or WeTransfer to send your files to your iPad. This process is a little more manual though, as you will need to save your unzipped files to your standard Files App, then tap your chosen .brush, .brushset or .procreate files to import them into your design app.
3. You can also download files from your DC account directly to your iPad if you prefer. Using this method, we always recommend using your Safari browser to download your files, and then save them to your standard Files App. You can choose to save your files to your 'iCloud' drive or 'To My iPad' as either of these will work. Open your Files app, then tap your chosen .brush, .brushset or .procreate files to import them into Procreate.