I like many other Rdio customers are very disappointed that they went bankrupt and sold out to Pandora. So I had to find a way to export my playlist information. If you use Chrome this is a very easy process. You simply need to download a plugin called Rdio Enhancer.
Then login to Rdio.com and select the playlist you want to convert. In that playlist if you look at the right there are three … Click on that and you will see a new menu option. You can see my playlist in this 3X3 square and where you would click.
Now you will see this menu that says Extras. Click on that and you will see Export to CSV. Select that and it will download the playlist to a CSV file in Excel if you have it. If not, then it will open whatever program you use to manage CSV files. It will title the file with the name of the playlist. All done!
Even better option to transfer music from Rdio to other streaming services!
Go to http://soundiiz.com/ and click on the button that says Start Converting. Then log into the Music streaming service you have and the one you wish to use. Then you can transfer the playlist between them. It took me 30 minutes with a 200 song playlist so be patient. You might need to use Chrome or Firefox. When I used IE 9 it didn’t work. Out of the 200 songs I have, it transferred 184 of them. I am thrilled with that.