This challenge is not a challenge at all. It would be more accurate to describe this as a social media trend, like something that you tag your friends to do that only takes a few minutes, such as the trend of girls on Instagram tagging their friends in their selfies to promote self-love for women. The Quarantine Song Challenge has no challenging aspects at all, in fact it's even easier than many social media trends that aren't labeled as challenges. This challenge only takes a few moments to complete, so it has relatively very little longevity and memorability in comparison to other more involved challenges, like the Savage Challenge. No particular instances of people completing the Quarantine Song Challenge have gone viral, which also contributes to the challenge's lack of memorability. Furthermore, this challenge has gotten almost no media coverage whatsoever, besides a few scattered articles on local news websites. There are no significant instances of celebrities or other public figures participating in this challenge. If difficulty, longevity, memorability, popularity, and/or celebrity participation are indicators of a challenge's success, then this challenge is definitely not the most successful social media challenge.