Rigging clothes modeled for Daz Genesis in Daz Studio 4.5 is relatively simple using the "transfer utility" This article mostly applies to Daz Studio 4.9 also
Two nice scripts that will allow you to make your character look at the camera in Daz Studio.
The first is from mcasual - mcLookAtTheCamera. Simply select your character's head an launch the script, check the options for neck/ chest/abdomen/hip as required and then click "do it". If the camera is animated, your character's gaze will track it so you can also use a dummy camera as a tracking object only.
The second script PointAt Fixer helps get better results when setting eyes to point at the camera in Daz Studio and poses Genesis characters eyelids to better match the eye movement.
This tutorial shows you how to save a partial pose created in Daz Studio 4.5 so that you can use it on another character, providing that the character base is the same eg. Genesis, Victoria 4 , Aiko etc
Sometimes you might have modeled a surface in Blender and unwrapped it to find that it will be hard to texture with a tiled pattern.
The add-on, Uv's to Squares for Blender is very useful in this situation. It will snap your selected UV part to a nice neat grid of ..squares!