You can, it works and its a free world, sort of, however, i would not, indeed i dont.
The stand comes with safety advice to cover the manufactors ass and to suggest to you that you think about safety. Its funny how the comman man lacks comman sense when working on his car, cant sratch her although dont mind 1 ton of metel crushing my thin crainian.
I own two sets of axle stands, 3 pairs of ramps , one hydralic jack.
Never trust a scissor jack alone. i dont like using them although interesting i need to use the scissor to raise the very low 5 a little in order to get the main jack under and away. Rather anoying, but hey saefty first.
To get the car off the ground fully i raise one end and place her on ramps, then the other end, again on to ramps, and repeat until even and high enought to work under safely. Take a break dont run under, think about what your doing. Give her a bloody good shake. Take your time.
Obviously this aint no good for brake bleeding. Here i remove one wheel at a time,work the erea and replace before moving on to the next wheel. I use Hydralic jack, place wheel under sill and put a ramp under the car not to suport but to take it should the jack go south. To be fair some would argue this is a little bit cheeky so i very good jack is required.
Alternatively use axle an stand with said additional suport and good quailty jack. You could use two stands to suport one end for two wheels, say front or rear ends however, the effort required, my way, well just as well leave three wheels on the ground and work one wheel at a time. Yes its time consuming and you may well have to repeat.
Use /buy good quality equipment, have a friend work with you, take your time. If in doubt dont do it.
This is only my opinion and im not suggesting you follow it.