In general we would say that riding an electric skateboard is easier than riding a skateboard or longboard. For starters you don’t need to kick off to get going (although this does help save battery life and you get your balance when setting off). Nor do you need to balance on one foot while you do so.
When you first start learning to eboard, your feet will generally stay pretty still apart from adjustments for comfort, soon enough you’ll be carving tight turns and moving about all over the deck, but at first you can easily get used to the movement while your feet are fairly well planted.
If you want to stop on an electric skateboard, the control is at your fingertips so you don’t need to learn to footbrake. But again this is a useful skill to learn for eboarders as sometimes you may be kicking along if you have run out of battery. Our electric skateboards can all be used without power so foot braking does come in handy if riding unpowered.