I just gave our team a suggestion about how we can approach a better confidence in the quality of our upcoming release. The team took it very well. I led the initiative, had frequent sync up meetings, coordinated the efforts, answered questions or made sure they got answered, reported the results regularly and did some testing myself. We got good results out of it.
In the whole ordeal, I saw myself only coordinating, delegating, organizing, presenting and unblocking the team and very little did I actually do the ground level work of actually testing. And nobody in the team feels this way except me. Or nobody has even indicated the slightest bit that they feel this way too.
I am a mid level QA in the team, and a new joiner, and I'm not sure, if my behavior (not purposeful) is seen as OK.
How in future must I deal with a situation like this?