Which is correct, “connect to” or “connect with”?
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Both “Connect to” and “Connect with” are correct. Connect with is used as a preposition meaning “in connection with” or “in association with”.
Connect with can also be a verb meaning “to contact and deal with (someone), especially socially”.
Examples: I’m going to connect with my friends. The two of you should connect with your boss. Both are grammatically correct, but “connect to” sounds more natural to me.