I find that on a weekly basis (and I'm sure @Jo can confirm this) new users post in the Idea forum very "personal workflow-specific" suggestions based on the way they are accustomed to building websites. I'd say 99% of the suggestions I read are just not practical. They're either extremely niche type suggestions, or things that have very little to do with Bootstrap. Most of these posts get a few views and then just fall by the wayside, because they're simply not practical for the people who are really using BSS to build websites for a living. This program is literally my bread and butter. It's not a hobby. I make a full-time living just building websites with BSS, so I'm very vocal about what I think are or might be worthwhile additions to the program. So when some new person comes in and says, "hey, they should add Tailwind to Bootstrap Studio" I'm like, "WHAT???" Why would anyone want that? If you like Tailwind, use Tailwind. Don't try and turn Bootstrap Studio into Tailwind Studio.
I think the reason that so many requests for obscure things be added to Bootstrap Studio come from newer users is because they haven't spent nearly enough time using Bootstrap Studio to really understand its strengths, and what it's capable of as it is.
Codepen is a vast repository, but there are no standards. Nobody vets it. There are tons of pens done by amateurs that are just BAD. Also, probably most of them are not based on Bootstrap. Bootstrap Studio basically works best with outside stuff that is at least created using Bootstrap. For example, websites like Bootsnipp.com. That would undoubtedly be a better repository to import things from, but the truth is, there's a ton of garbage on Bootsnipp as well. Even Bootstrap Studio's own online library of components is full of lots of junk.
Personally, I see no real plus to a feature within BSS that searches the web for snippets when you can just do the same thing yourself with Google, and decide whether what you've found is even worth the effort of trying to bring it into BSS and rebuild it. Like @Jo said, there are many more important things the program needs that we'd rather see the devs work on... stuff that will actually make the program more powerful, and this, profitable.