(something) is (easier/harder) to (do) that way.

Use this phrase to compare two different ways of doing something. You want to describe which way is easier. For example, if someone is trying to save the address for a website, you can suggest another method:

Why don't you save it in your bookmarks? It's easier to find that way.

You can also use other adjectives like this:

Let's divide them up and each do half of them. I think it's faster that way.

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