Triggering Unattended Processes Through File Upload

How do you implement triggering unattended processes through file upload as shown in this section of the documentation?

Triggering Unattended Processes through File Upload

It says there that " RPA developers configure the particularities of the upload (e.g., single or multi-file upload, minimum and maximum allowed file size) at design time in Studio, using the Form Designer incorporated in the Create Form Task activity ( UiPath.Persistence.Activities activity package v1.1.8+)." but if I use the Create Form Task activity what happens is that a new task is added in Actions instead of having the form show up on the right-hand panel upon clicking Run Process in a process tile in the Processes tab. I have tried using the queue schema but I would like to know if file upload is also possible through Jobs (by using input arguments in the Main.xaml). Thank you in advance!

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