Your testing process includes creation of new test cases, execution of tests and compiling the stats into important business conclusions. Be it your developer, designer, tester, manager or CEO. In some companies, I’ve observed it is completely left on testers to maintain and execute tests. Don’t be one of them.
I think you should involve everyone to your testing process and here’s why:
1. More members mean more cases. It also means more time to execute, but prioritising tests will overcome that issue.
2. Developers alone can’t lay down all the test cases. For UI testing, it’s equally important for a designer to submit some test cases which shall be checked from time to time.
3. Every team member has different set of interests where they are at their best. Let them think over what tests should be performed on such areas.
4. An idea for test case can strike at the speed of light in every other team member’s brain anytime. If you will have a ready to use platform, they will use it which will add to the product’s quality. Also, see a hypothetical case study on this.
5. Everyone sees things differently, so if you get more team members to execute tests you will see different type of feedback coming.
At the end, what matters is your commitment to testing. But Test Collab automatically encourages whole teams to take part in testing process once you start using it, and tries making testing a habit in organization.