You can use filters in the list so that you can narrow down the number of items displayed. E.g. if you have a list of Items, you can use the filter that Current Item → Name is equal to “Chair”, and this will give you only those items which name is “Chair”.
If you choose the filtering criteria which is unique to each item in the list, you will end up with a “single-item” list (search in the forum with this keyword, you’ll find quite a lot of info).
Then you can create 4 “single item” lists and set them up in a way you need.
However I’m not quite sure what do you mean by “only one item in a list. I want to display all items in a list individually” as this is a bit contradictory
One option is to create 4 “single item” lists as I’ve mentioned above.
However there are 2 more options possible, with only 1 list:
add several countdown timers to the list, make them conditionally visible based on required criteria (so that only one countdown will be visible for a certain item type), and add the necessary action(s) to each countdown.
add just one countdown but make the actions themselves conditional (this will work if you don’t have a lot of actions for each item type).