Indeed- every plant pod has specific care methods that promote better growth and higher yield. You can find suggestions how to do that on Click and Grow webstore under each plant pod.
The main difference how herbs regrow (thanks to pinching) comes from the family the belong to.
For example, basils belong to the mints family (Lamiaceae) and they grow leaves in pairs. So, if the tip is pinched off they regrow two new shoots, which makes the plant pushier.
On the other hand Dill, Parsley are members of umbellifers ( Apiaceae) and they regrow only from the growing point, that should never be cut if you plan to harvest multiple times. Dill is short lived and it is therefore recommended to be harvested at once or gradually leaf by leaf until the pod is two months old.
Edible salad greens can also be harvested several times. In Click and Grow gardens it is feasible to grow baby leaves, not fully grown green vegetables. E.g. Kale would need about three months to grow full sized leaves, red leaf beet a bit less, but still, harvesting in baby leaf size offers much more value, but takes much less time.
Rikki’s cat grass is monocots, they don’t really grow new shoots, but the same trimmed leaf should continue to grow for a little while. Is it wheat?