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What's another word for something being very "push-button"? What this means is a set of tasks that are made in a way that is very easy and as easy as "pushing a button".

Another phrase is like something being in "pill-form" - something that is easy to do or get.

Sample sentence: "This online advertising service is made in a push-button manner. You just have to fill out a short form, and we'll create and manage the entire advertising campaign for you."

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    Please include a sample sentence to demonstrate how the word is to be used. – KillingTime Feb 17 at 1:48
  • @KillingTime "This online advertising service is made in a push-button manner. You just have to fill out a short form, and we'll create and manage the entire advertising campaign for you." – Uhmatteo Feb 17 at 2:10
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Another word/phrase for something being very “push-button”?

(as) easy as pie TFD phrase

extremely easy, simple, or intuitive; requiring very little skill or effort.

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The established analogy is to physical keys used as part of an ignition system (such as when starting a car):

turnkey adjective Of or involving the provision of a complete product or service that is ready for immediate use. ‘turnkey systems for telecommunications customers’ - ODO

Your example would look like this:

  • This online advertising service is made in a turnkey manner. You just have to fill out a short form, and we'll create and manage the entire advertising campaign for you.
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“Drag-and-drop”, “cookie cutter”, “pre-fabricated”, “plug-and-play”, maybe even “lick-and-stick”, which I personally look for excuses to use.

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"This online advertising service is made in a straightforward manner."

Cambridge: easy to understand; clear

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