How does Fedora Workstation Official Edition, GNOME Desktop, show opened LibereOffice files?

I have been using Cinnamon Desktop of Fedora Spins since the beginning using Linux OS for I would like to migrate from that OS seamlessly.
Now I have a plan to switch to Fedora Workstation Official Edition, GNOME Desktop, but I’m afraid that switching among many opened LibreOffice files will be very difficult or inconvenient.
This is the screenshot of displaying several opened LibreOffice files in bottom panel:


And this is how to see or select one of all openned files while hovering mouse over those icons in the bottom panel.

In my office, we use a lot of LibreOffice files simultaeneously.
Can anybody please give me the screenshots of Fedora Workstation Official Edition, GNOME Desktop, to compare with as shown above?
Thank you in advance.

This is a screenshot of a vanilla GNOME 3.36 Desktop with two LibreOffice files open:

And this is how to see or select one of all opened files:

I actually took these pictures on NixOS and not Fedora Workstation, but it doesn’t matter since the default GNOME desktop looks identical on most Linux distributions offering it (with the notable exception of Ubuntu).

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Thank you so much.
The list is compact and very easy to read.

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I would encourage you to run a Fedora Workstation Live system with Gnome or install Fedora with Gnome in a virtual machine and just test it out yourself…

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Here is another possible view of LibreOffice windows (four blank documents opened). This is what you get when you simply hit the “Super” key in Gnome.(screenshot taken on F33)

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