Of course 好 (hǎo) means "good". But it can also be used to express that something is "easy to do" or "good to do." All you need to do is place a 好 (hǎo) before a verb.
Just as 难 (nán) can be used to indicate that it's hard to do something, 好 (hǎo) can also be attached to verbs to indicate that something is easy to do.
The simple form is just:
好 + Verb
If you want to make a sentence out of it:
Subj. + (很) 好 + Verb
zhè ge cí de yìsi hěn hǎodǒng.
The meaning of this word is easy to understand.
zhè ge hànzì hěn hǎoxiě.
This Chinese character is easy to write.
sānmíngzhì hěn hǎozuò.
Sandwiches are easy to make.
zhè ge bǐ hěn hǎoyòng.
This pen is easy to use.
好 (hǎo) can also be attached to "sense verbs" (e.g. "look," "taste," "smell," etc.) to indicate that something is good to do (rather than "easy to do").
There's a limited number of these, but some of them are super common, so just memorize them as exceptions:
good to taste, good to eat, delicious
good to taste, good to drink
good to look at, good-looking, attractive
good to listen to, pleasant to listen to, good-sounding
good to smell, smells good, good-smelling
zhè shǒu gē hěn hǎotīng.
This song is great.
zhè zhǒng chá hěn hǎowén.
This kind of tea smells good.
nǐ de xīnbāo hěn hǎokàn.
Your new bag looks good.
māma zuò de cài hěn hǎochī.
The food mom makes is delicious.