The feature is popular because of its ease of/for automation.

What is the correct choice in the given example? Is there some rule when to use of or for?

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  • It is ease of (but suitability for), but I cannot explain why. It may just be down to common usage. – Mick Jul 24 at 14:28
  • It could also be rephrased as because of how easily automated it is. – Jason Bassford Jul 24 at 17:47