I am confused about how to write the sentence below. Is it grammatically correct?
Our mission is to make it easy to post or search institute.
Are there any alternate phrases for "make it easy"?
to make (something) easier : to help cause (something)
to help (something) run more smoothly and effectively
Since, like Edwin Ashworth and (to some extent) Janus Bahs Jacquet, I can't figure out what the intended intended meaning of the phrase "post or search institute" is, I will drop the word institute from my suggested alternatives to "make it easy to."
One option is to use the verb simplify:
Our mission is to simplify the process of posting or searching [NOUN].
Another is to use the verb streamline:
Our mission is to streamline the process of posting or searching [NOUN].
A less politic choice might be the verb idiot-proof:
Our mission is to idiot-proof the process of posting or searching [NOUN].
And of course (as Josh61 points out in his answer) you could always swap in the verb facilitate.
Our aim is to ease posting and searching.
Our aim is to make posting and searching congenial and convenient.