In a word, visibility.
I didn’t even know about the Sketchup Sage website. Perhaps I should after so many years of using SU professionally.
The “whole web domain” is certainly something we all use, but it would surely be useful to have a resource centre that is “approved”, either by Trimble or by some kind of Wiki system. It has been pointed out in this forum that some online learning videos actually give poor advice. That’s generally the trouble with the WWW as a resource. You never quite know how good the info is.
Having said all that, i am well aware that people tend to be lazy. It is often easier to ask a question here, however basic, rather than take time searching for an answer. But I guess a way of countering that is to make the info easier to access and more reliable.
Great as SU is, there are a lot of things I have learnt over time that I wish I had known from the beginning, many of them really quite basic and simple. Somehow, I didn’t manage to pick them up from the many very good videos and tutorials I looked at.