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@Maya Fleisher Are you saying that you want to create a page template with multiple header images, such that someone could create a new page based on that template and then remove the images they don't want to use?
Looking at this page, it doesn't look like it's possible (in native Confluence) to have more than one header image on a page: https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/make-your-page-and-its-title-more-memorable/
There may be a marketplace app that allows you to do this, so maybe someone will chime in with a suggestion.
Without an app, I would suggest 2 options:
Thank you @Barbara Szczesniak
I'm not talking about templates.
In the Confluence Cloud when you create a page there is an option to add header banner. You can either choose from a library or upload your own image.
I'm asking if it's possible for system admin to "push" company branded images so employees can use them instead of the generic images that are exist in the library.
Thanks for the clarification, @Maya Fleisher
According to this question/answers from about 18 months ago, I do not think this is possible: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-Cloud-questions/Header-Image-Gallery-Location/qaq-p/1976427
I think what you would need to do is more like the 2nd option I mentioned above (without the template part). Just place your set of images in a location they can get to and give them instructions to go to that location when selecting the header image to use on their page.