One of the missing features in Office 365 is the possibility to schedule SharePoint Workflows. This was one of the many features Nintex offered in their Workflow for SharePoint Product, which is not available in Office 365, yet.
But let’s get back to our problem of scheduling SharePoint Workflows:
By using the SharePoint Online Connector you can insert an item into a list. And let that trigger a regular List Workflow. This List Workflow can then fulfil the logic, or it can trigger a Site Workflow. By adding a recurrence trigger to your Logic App, you can configure it to run daily.
Daily means than once it has run, it will run 24 hours later again. If you want to specify the hour of the day it should run, you can edit the Recurrence Trigger in Code view and add a startTime