If you met them yesterday, and you're talking with them today — and you actually want to express that you are glad to have met them, rather than just express a friendly and polite formality — you should say "I'm glad [that] we met [yesterday]".
This is especially true if you want to say it when you are not parting from one another, and you wish to continue by explaining some reason why your meeting was timely or fortunate. "Met to you" equivalent to saying "I'm glad to have known you.
I'd say "It's been a pleasure to meet you" just before saying goodbye to someone e. It's been a pleasure reading your comment, WS2 - That does flow better than: It's been a pleasure to read your comment. I checked it out on my book and luckily found this. One example it provides on the same Met to you "He was pleased to have made your acquaintance.
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If I met a person yesterday, could I say, now, "I am glad to have met you"? Or is it better to say: It's been a pleasure to meet you?