I find it quite repelling the way this answer is written!
Sorry, but it isn't repelling. Just saying that I've already answered your question multiple times and you keep sending me screenshots, etc, and not believing me (or reading) what I am explaining. So, I don't know how to explain this to you so you understand it.
I still do not get an answer to my requests, there is no reason why my "reorder Status" is not working properly! and I fel like you do not care about helping, just trying to prove you know as a sys admin your product. Well thanks a lot for knowing what your product is capable of but this is of no help for me!
FYI, I'm not a sys admin. I'm ATUM's lead developer. So, do you think that I don't know what I developed? 🙂
Anyway, let me explain again:
The low stock threshold is a WooCommerce field (not directly related to ATUM).
You have the column available on the table and you can sort it (ascendingly or descendingly) and you can also search for specific low stock threshold values on the "search by column" field.
And, at the top, you have the "Restock Status" view, where are listed all the products that reached this status according to our own formula.
This view, in the initial ATUM versions was named "Low Stock" and it's what you saw in that screenshot.
And, it HAS NOTHING TO DO with the low stock threshold.
Actually, ATUM has no way to filter out items that reached the low stock threshold. But WooCommerce can send you emails when any product reaches it if you configure it that way.
Perhaps this way to filter could be an improvement for future versions though.
I hope this helps.