Though this challenge has had some media coverage, it has had significantly less celebrity participation than other challenges, such as the Flip the Switch Challenge. This has contributed to the challenge being less popular than some other challenges. This challenge also hasn't really spread to other social media platforms, likely because TikTok's app functions are what makes it so easy to film the video for the Don't Rush Challenge. There are few posts on Twitter or Facebook about this challenge, whereas other challenges have gotten buzz across multiple social media apps. One might also argue that this is not a true challenge since it isn't difficult to complete, like the Handstand T-Shirt Challenge or the Savage Challenge. Though this challenge does require some teamwork and cooperation, it doesn't involve any skills like doing a handstand or learning a dance. Thus, one might say that since this is so easy to accomplish and doesn't require specialized skills, it is not really a challenge. If popularity, celebrity participation, social media coverage, and difficulty/skill-learning contribute to a challenge's success, then this is not the most successful social media challenge.