In O365 scheduling of site workflows is not available. There are however workarounds (like a workflow with a loop and pause action, that pauses each loop execution for a day), but no such feature OOTB. Please search this forum and you will find a solution.
You can as well use 3rd party solution. I can't recall the name at the moment. You will certainly find it searching the forum I'm answering via phone what makes such research a bit difficult
Thanks, however this will start for a specific item. what I want is to start for all the items wherever the condition meets. I wrote a site workflow to start this list workflow using start workflow action but that also ask for specific item id
So to run a workflow on the whole list, you must use site workflow. But again - there will be only one instance of that workflow. I do not understand now what is your case, but.. you cannot run ONE workflow that will affect each item based on condition, in different time. Ok, you can. The site workflow, running in loop, and in each turn querying all list items seeking for those meeting conditions.
Actually, I have a list which has multiple rows, each row corresponds to one system. I need a workflow which runs daily on each row automatically and check its go live date column. If the go live date is due in 7 days or less, it will send the notification.
So, the workflow would be running on each row once in a day. I feel it would be site workflow but then will it run for all the rows?
you can also add a column to your list, ex : WF_Start of type yes/no
Your workflow start on modification with a runif action at top to check if WF_Start is Yes
Then do your work and at the end of your workflow set WF_Start to false
And on a server, you can write a powershell script that update all items of your list in order to set WF_Start to true and schedule it