For web-application time slots scheduling (slots are of 1-2 different durations 15 minutes-1 hour mostly, not arbitrary, no overlaps), basic CRUD, no drag-n-drop rescheduling, there maybe lots of 20-minute slots during the day, but information is limited to short title, which of the two approaches is better (for week view)?
Basic week view, best illustrated by FullCalendar example, that is, no time-line, height does not reflect duration, imagine past events greyed-out:
(event addition - just click on a day)
Or more google-calendar like so-called agenda view:
(event addition - drag-n-release like in google)
This is year 2017, and I noticed, users are more comfortable with google-like option (is it even true?), but it's not general-purpose calendar in question, so is there still place for simpler calendar view or should we leave that behind? Are there any other UX drawbacks in basic calendar except for users' familiarity with google-like calendars?