The key to utilizing this transition is often to plan around it. Decide to use the transition specifically, and figure out a way to do it. Obviously, the first thing needed is a trick that lands on both feet, then any trick that takes off sequentially from the same stance will work.
In the clip above, notice the tempo from landing to takeoff. While it’s quick, it’s not quite as fast as a punch, but faster than a vanish typically would be. The real difficulty here is in allowing the feet to takeoff sequentially, and not rushing into a unified takeoff. It often takes a little bit of practice to get used to this transition, but it should become very easy and efficient if you put in the effort.