Once you have learned how you setup your Disney World Fastpass+ and the time has come to start booking them, you might wonder what you should and shouldn't Fastpass+.
Planning Your Days
Firstly, you need to have a general plan of what parks you want to hit on what days, and also base those decisions on any dining reservations you have. Once you have a general idea, you can start looking at the park rides you want to Fastpass.
Ride times vary throughout the year. Sometimes rides are more popular than others at different times of the year, but we give an overview ordering rides by the most popular to the least. The ones at the top of the list are the most popular and the ones you should try to Fastpass+ because the wait times on these rides can get lengthy. If the attraction you're looking for isn't on the list, it doesn't mean it doesn't get busy, but it usually means it's a quieter ride. As you choose 3 attractions to Fastpass, you may have to choose some quieter ones anyway.
(One thing to note is some parks have tiers, which stops you from booking Fastpasses to all the big rides in each park. For example, in Epcot, Soarin' and Test Track are on the same tier list, so you can only Fastpass one of them for that day. In Hollywood Studios, you can Fastpass any one ride in Toy Story Land, and then two anywhere else.)
Character Meet And Greets
If you want to meet characters (outside of restaurants), this is something you need to consider also. The wait times for character meet and greets can get very long. So outside of the actual attractions, you want to look into Fastpass-ing character meets if you that's what you want.