In short, the answer is no, but there is a workaround. This is due to the nature of how Punchh "freezes" segments. When you use the "Freeze from Segment" option inside a segment for the first time, Punchh freezes the segment indicated. However, this process is only done once. If you change the segment in "Freeze from Segment", Punchh will not "re-freeze", or recalculate, the segment indicated.
In order to "re-freeze" the segment, a duplicate of the "parent" segment has to be created. The new parent segment will trigger Punchh to freeze the segment indicated in "Freeze from segment"
*Note that this is specifically around editing an existing (Already created and processed) frozen segment, not creating a freeze from a frozen segment
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