The Google Docs productivity suite is an effective solution for automating some of the tasks involved with managing a club, fraternity, team or other group of people. With a new "Forms" document, for example, you can create a variety of fillable forms -- like a volunteer sign-up, event survey or member registration -- and then configure it so responses are fed and tabulated in a separate Google spreadsheet. To ensure maximum exposure, add the form to your group's Facebook page and then invite members to contribute responses without ever leaving the social network.

Step 1

Navigate your browser to Google Drive (link in Resources) and log in with your Gmail address and password.

Step 2

Click the "Create" button and select "Form." Click "Create and Share" to launch a blank document.

Step 3

Enter a title for your form and select your preferred theme. Enter an optional description or subtitle in the "Form Description" field.

Step 4

Create your first question using the onscreen prompts. For example, select "Multiple Choice," enter optional instructions, then create a few possible answers in the "Options" fields. Click "Done" when you've finished formatting the question.

Step 5

Select the down arrow next to "Add Item," select the format for your next question and complete the available fields as prompted. Click "Done" when complete. Repeat for additional form entries.

Step 6

Select "Choose Response Destination" when your form is complete to configure the spreadsheet location for your form responses. You can opt to disable spreadsheet integration or tabulate entries in a new spreadsheet or a new page within an existing spreadsheet.

Step 7

Configure your confirmation page -- which appears when forms have been completed -- using the "Confirmation Page" options at the bottom of your form. You can, for example, change the message that is displayed after submission or provide users with the option to edit answers.

Step 8

Click the "View Live Form" button at the top to preview your form and make additional changes if necessary.

Step 9

Select "Send Form" at the bottom of your form and click "Embed." Alternatively, you can click "File" and then "Embed" to accomplish the same thing.

Step 10

Double-click in the text field below "Paste HTML to Embed in Website" to highlight it in its entirety. Press "Ctrl-C" on a PC keyboard or "Command-C" on Mac.

Step 11

Launch a second browser tab or window and use it to log in to Facebook as the administrator for the group's page.

Step 12

Enter "static html iframe" in the search box and select "Static iFrame Tab" from the available app options. You can also launch the app using the link in Resources.

Step 13

Click "Install Page Tab." If you are the administrator for more than one Facebook page, select the page for your new tab. Click "Add Page Tab" to confirm.

Step 14

Ensure the "HTML" radio button is selected and place your cursor in the text field under "Enter the HTML for Your Page."

Step 15

Paste the HTML code obtained from Google by pressing "Ctrl-V" on a PC or "Command-V" on a Mac.

Step 16

Modify the tab's optional settings using the onscreen prompts. You can, for example, change the form's visibility so it appears to friends of your friends or require form entry before visitors can access the rest of the page's content.

Step 17

Enter a name for your new tab in the "Tab Name" field near the bottom and then click "Change Tab Image" to upload a graphic for the tab.

Step 18

Scroll to the top of the page and click "View Tab" to preview your changes. Click the blue "Settings" link to return to the editor.

Step 19

Click "Save Settings" at the bottom of the screen when your changes are complete. If you are prompted to do so -- and have not already -- grant the app permission to make changes to the Facebook page.

Step 20

Allow the editor to reload and confirm your saved changes. Your form is now live on the Facebook page.