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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Nice seeing you again

"It was nice seeing you." would be said at the conclusion of a conversation because "was" is a past tense word just the same as "seeing". On the other hand, "It is nice to see you." would be announced at the start of a conversation because "see" is indicating that it is the present.

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Bye, It was nice seeing you!