Making Power BI Reports Accessible

Meagan Longoria has a checklist for ensuring that your Power BI reports are accessible to all users:

Tooltips

  • Don’t use tooltips to convey important information. Users with motor issues and users who do not use a mouse will have difficulties accessing them.

  • Do add tooltips to charts as ancillary information. It is included in the accessible Show Data table for each visual.

There’s a lot of good information here.

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