Seems obvious and I'm guessing this is a known limitation and I assume it's best to delete the team and start over if one thing is named wrong or any channels is deleted at any point.
Somehow I have a lot of hidden folders and fake organizational junk named after a channel in a team and it appears not only to be the default name, but is impossible to change. Is is assumed that anytime a channel is deleted that the entire team is deleted or is there another way to not use a random channel name permanently forever? If Teams were organized better I could probably describe this better, but chaos in, chaos out I guess.
If I name a Teams "Big Bad Team" and I name the first channel "Test Channel" -- is it assumed by MS designers/developers that I am absolutely stuck with that name forever for all OneDrive and content?
A file that exists in Teams > Big Bad Team > Learning probably should be in a OneDrive folder called Learning -- So i'm confused why it needs to be in a folder that doesn't exist for a Team channel that was deleted long long ago like Test Channel that was deleted in August, my IT department deletes things older that 30 days so even if there were important information there we're not allowed to know that knowledge so the non-existent folder structure prob should stay gone. What can I do to make wiki pages converted to OneNote educational resources in a team channel that's associated with that channel and not resurrect deleted channel folders in long dead channels?