In Pop!_OS, Alt-Tab is used to switch between windows of different applications. In Ubuntu 20.04, with "Switch applications" set to "Alt+Tab" in the Keyboard Shortcuts settings, Alt-Tab switches between the entire set of windows for each application, meaning that switching to the next application brings all of that application's windows to the foreground.
To illustrate the difference, here is a demo of the Alt-Tab behavior in Pop!_OS (Alt-Tab switches between Firefox and a single terminal window):
And here is a demo of the Alt-Tab behavior in Ubuntu 20.04 (Alt-Tab brings all terminal windows to the foreground):
Finally, here are my current keyboard shortcuts in Ubuntu:
I would like to know if it is possible to configure Ubuntu 20.04's Alt-Tab shortcut to operate like in Pop!_OS, so that it switches between windows of different applications, without bringing the entire set of windows of a given application to the foreground.