I recently bled old AVID Juicy 3 hydraulic brakes and followed the procedure described in this AVID Bleed Procedure video (starts at the relevant section). While preparing the syringes, the technician emphasized that degassing the fluid would lead to the optimal brake bleed. This made perfect sense to me, but I was still curious to watch a more recent bleed procedure video from SRAM and also compare to what Park Tool had to say. To my surprise, there were no more mention of degassing the fluid during the syringes preparation.
Is degassing an outdated step that we should not spend time doing anymore?