OK, the df command did not show what I hoped as the partition sda3 was not mounted at the time, but it doesn't matter as the gparted screenshot shows the problem.
Your swap is sda5, a logical partition within the extended partition sda2, and all the 201GB space is in a new primary partition at the end of the disk, not adjacent to the ubuntu os partition sda1. You can not therefore add the space of sda3, even if you deleted it to anything else.
You could delete the swap and its extended partition (sda5 and sda2) and also delete sda3 and add most of the space to sda1, then make a new swap partition, but why bother? It will be easiest to leave things exactly as they are and just automount sda3 at boot by editing /etc/fstab. sda3 can then continue as a storage/data partition.
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and then we can offer you an edit of /etc/fstab to do the automiount.