Power BI Tab Order

Meagan Longoria shows us how to set the tab order for our Power BI elements:

Tab order is the order in which users interact with the items on a page using the keyboard. Generally, we want tab order to be predictable and to closely match the visual order on the page (unless there is a good reason to deviate). If you press the tab key in a Power BI report, you might be surprised at the seemingly random order in which you move from visual to visual on the page. The default order is the order in which the visuals were placed on the page in Power BI Desktop, or the last modified order in PowerBI.com if you have edited your report there.

I had not actually tried to tab through a dashboard in Power BI, so this is news to me.

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