My exports are usually into CAD formats so I don’t have much experience about DAE.
This is how the default DAE export settings look like in my computer:
“Two-Sided faces” is an option that doubles your model size. It is useful only if you export a model that must have both sides of a face visible (like a flag, for instance) to an application that doesn’t support the display of back sides of faces.
The “Triangulate” option might have a big difference to whether an application can process the DAE file, as not all support faces with more than three vertices, so if an application cannot open or display your file, thia would be one of the first options to test.
If you check the “Export texture maps” option SketchUp creates a folder with the same name as your exported file, and puts copies of all your texture images there. If you move the DAE file elsewhere without the texture folder, applications you use to open the DAE won’t find the images.