I was asked to share how I have been adding new OneNote tabs to a team channel in Microsoft Teams using Power Automate + Graph API. If you look at the documentationit shows you this:
Of course I never believed that but found earlier a way to hack OneNote into a channel as tab but also updated my methods when it became much simpler than before. In this blog post I show you the simple way how to add OneNote book as a tab.
You need t use a Premium licensing if you are using Power Automate since this is done using Graph API calls.
The final piece is to use this information to add OneNote as a tab to a channel. For this you need the notebook id, the channel id along with the team id.
And that’s that.
Of course we could take this further by adding new sections and pages to the OneNote – or even content. But even as this is now this is very useful when doing a custom team provisioning. If you have premium licenses for Power Automate.
Instead of using Power Automate Premium this could be very well done with Azure Logic Apps, which can provide a cost-effective way to use occasional Graph API calls (it always depends): do the ROI calculation for your situation/platform.