1. Doing something is better than doing nothing.
The fact that you are working out regularly makes you already far ahead of someone who doesn't. Your plan is way better than no plan.
So once that is understood, now we can look at how good this workout actually is.
2. What effect does your workout have?
Assuming you are using bodyweight only, and your method of progression is number of reps you can get before failure (progression is vital, no progression = no gains).
If the reps you can do is under 10, you'll build good size and strength.
Once the reps you can do get over 15-20, you're building muscle endurance.
Since you care about "toning", the effect of size and strength is good for you. But the effect of muscle endurance is not going to help you look much better.
Conclusion: No matter how long you do this workout, if you only use unloaded squats/dips/pull ups, once you get above 15-20 reps you are not going to get appreciably bigger and stronger any more (depending on genetics).
3. Will I progress on this program?
(Remember, no progression = no body improvements. This is always the case)
Depends on you. If the number of reps you can do are increasing, you are progressing. But if you do the same workout every day, your body will adapt and you will stop progressing. You CANNOT do this workout for a few years and progress.
Also remember, if that progression is with reps over 15-20, you won't gain much visible improvement.
4. What can I do to reach MY goals?
Your goals are aesthetic, you want to progress in the 5-15 rep range (mostly 6-12). You want to use a heavy enough load that you reach failure in that rep range, and you want to increase the load you can use over time.
What does this mean? It means you're going to have to use loaded movements. The best thing you can use is a barbell in a gym.
Notes: You do NOT need a fully planned out 30 day workout where every workout is different, that's the most garbage thing I've ever seen. You want to get into a gym and learn to squat, deadlift, press and row. You can then incrementally add load to every workout.
This will keep you progressing for size and strength, which combined with a good diet will get you that "toned" look you want. You won't get "too muscular", unless you take drugs or are gaining kgs of bodyweight every month.
5. Give me a plan!!
Check out StrongLifts. Super simple workout, don't need to remember much, even has an app telling you exactly what to do.