There’s been many times during the last week’s furore when it’s been pointed out that Crowd Level doesn’t mean crowds, it means wait times.
Okay, I get that, and understand the reason for it.
However, the actual description on the Crowd Calendar page fails to make that point, here’s what it says:
Our Walt Disney World Crowd Calendar is a researched measure of how many people are visiting Walt Disney World on a particular day. For Disney World as whole and for each individual theme park (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios), we give a rank for every day of the year, from those that are the least crowded (Level 1) to those that are the most crowded (Level 10).
You can use this information to make informed decisions about what time of year to plan your Disney vacation and to help decide which day to visit each theme park during your trip.
And later on it has an extensive list of what people might define as a crowded, but never actually says what TP uses.
Finally it goes on to actually say it:
The scale represents the average wait time between 11 AM and 5 PM at key attractions.
If you wonder why people are confused, this might explain some of it. Maybe putting that up the top of the page might help. At the moment it’s in the 14th paragraph.