My colleague has accidentally deleted a shared OneNote Notebook off Teams. The notebook is still available in the desktop application, and via SharePoint, however we'd really like it to appear on Teams again (next to Planner, Wiki etc.).
Appreciate your answers, but I remain unclear how to find the existing notebook.
Our OneNote file was under the General Channel in a "staff-type" team. It was the only "Notes" tab and now is gone. I have been using OneNote2016 to edit the file for a few days. We are very new to OneNote, Teams and has no experience with Sharepoint or OneDrive. User, not an admin.
When I launch a new OneNote tab in the channel, it asks for a tab name. I assume I should enter the existing name of the file to restore but get a "format of the name is incorrect" error. (Unfortunately, the existing name has an ampersand in the name.) I copied the exact name as shown in the sharepoint URL, with %26 for the ampersand, but it generates the name error. Any other name creates a new notebook. Am I missing the way to "find" an existing file? Is there a setting in ON2016 or at Sharepoint to restore the link in Teams?