To add to what @Jo said, basically I agree. We get a weekly stream of new users who don't read the tutorials, the FAQ, or watch the videos, but come straight here and start asking us to basically teach them how to use the program. It becomes exasperating at times, and especially for the 5-6 of us who do the lions share of answering questions in the Help and How To section. It really is supposed to be a Section for helping people with using Bootstrap Studio, figuring out things that are absent from the "less-than-comprehensive" tutorials, or getting past Bootstrap-related sticking points.
I get stuck all the time trying to figure out how to do things my client's request that aren't native to Bootstrap Studio - for example, something pretty common and simple like adding a password-protected page. You'd think this would be a common element in any website builder, but it's not, because (for anything truly secure) it will involve back-end, server, PHP type stuff. And BSS doesn't do back end.
So when I needed to figure out how to do this, I didn't come here to the BSS forums because I knew perfectly well asking such a question would be outside the realm of the sort of "Help and How To" I could expect here. I went to Google, to Stack-Overflow, or some other website and learned the necessary skills. It probably took me a couple of hours. Now if tomorrow someone comes here and posts a question like, "how do I add a password-protected page in Bootstrap Studio?" I'm not going to explain what took me two hours to learn, I'm going to tell them that the program doesn't support this, and they have to look for a solution online. Why? Not to be rude, but because I make my living building websites that have password protected areas, and dozens of other things that cost me time (=money) to learn how to do. I literally can't afford to give away my knowledge.
But I will throw a few bones to people now and then, if they're simple, quick, obvious things that I am super familiar with. I have spend hundreds of hours learning SEO and how to improve page load speeds. So those were just two very obvious things I spotted right away. But if you want a bit of advice, if you plan of doing website development for a living, and using Bootstrap Studio as your workhorse, be prepared to do a lot of Google searching, Stack-Overflow searching, and the like, because that's just the tip of the iceberg. Website development is VAST, and always evolving and changing, and it's practically a full-time job just keeping one's own skills up to speed and relevant.