There are a few different ways to go about transferring Bitcoin from Exodus to Coinbase. The most direct method would be to use the Exodus software itself to initiate the transfer.
However, this requires that you have both a Coinbase and an Exodus account set up and linked to each other. If you do not have an Exodus account yet, you can create one easily enough by following the instructions on their website.
Another option would be to use a third-party service such as ShapeShift to facilitate the transfer. This has the advantage of not requiring you to have an account with both Exodus and Coinbase, but it comes with a potential downside in that you will likely have to pay a fee to use ShapeShift.
Finally, if you feel comfortable doing so, you could always just send your Bitcoin from Exodus to Coinbase directly using the Bitcoin address that Coinbase provides you. This is the least convenient method, but it is also the one that will likely incur the Lowest fees.
Whichever method you choose, transferring Bitcoin from Exodus to Coinbase is relatively straightforward and should not take more than a few minutes to complete.