What if you've got a list of 4 items, and you always want to remove say the third one. Use this zap to do that.
Given an incoming list of items, in this case separated by a comma, we first use a 'Formatter->Text->Split' step to break it up. Importantly, we return all parts as separate fields. If your list is separated by something other than comma, you can adjust the zap accordingly.
Each word will then come back as its own field.
In the next step, we then use a 'Formatter->Text->Replace' step to remove one of the words. We do that by finding one of the words, and replace it with nothing. In effect - removing it.
Finally, the output will have a duplicate comma we need to remove. We do that with another 'Formatter->Text->Replace' step, finding the ,, and replacing with ,
The output is our original string with the word removed.
If you need further help setting this up, check out this video: