What is the difference between the following two sentences when used in conversation:

It was nice seeing you.

It is nice to see you.

Do we use them at the beginning or at the end of a conversation?
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It was nice seeing you is at the end of a conversation and It is nice to see you at the beginning of a conversation.
Seeing you yesterday was pretty amazing!

is that ok?????
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it is nice to see you.

When it was nice seeing you again when you are leaving is it because they was glad to see you

Well, not really, not unless you are an extrovert or a young person!

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Yes definitely - they were glad to see you.

I wanna use for the beginning
It was nice seeing you
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Nice to see you today

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