I am in doubt this plugins have the clear cut answer for you. but for this kind of analysis there are three plugins which can be useful if you like to tamper.
To open these plugins you have to open the respective QGIS version installed in your computer with GRASS i.e. QGIS with GRASS
QGIS 3.16.2 with GRASS 7.8.4) >
then the steps ...
Turn the question around. Instead of trying to reshape the simple polygon to match the detailed polygon, create a copy of the detailed polygon and inherit the attributes of the simple polygon using a spatial join.
In the Processing Toolbox use the Vectory general > Join attributes by location tool using the following parameters:
You need to change the snapping option in the snapping toolbar from All layers to Active layer to be able to snap only the target layer as you can see in the following screenshot:
The above option will make sure that only the target layer in the edit mode will be snapped.
No, there isn't anything out of the box that will capture changes to individual fields. Editor tracking in ArcGIS, when enabled on a feature class will give you the following information:
Last Edited By
Last Edited Date
If you want something more, you'll probably have to write something bespoke.
It also depends on what your ...
You try to edit the fid, that looks like the unique identifyer in your database. This number works for the internal administration of the database and has to a unique number. Thus you can't (and shouldn't) change it. Create a new field called id, new_id or whatever you want and copy the values from the fid field there (using field calculator).
By the way: ...