Is it “log into” or “log in to”?

“Log in” is a phrasal verb meaning “connect to an electronic device, system, or app.” The preposition “to” is often used directly after the verb; “in” and “to” should be written as two separate words (e.g., “log in to the app to update privacy settings”).

“Log into” is sometimes used instead of “log in to,” but this is generally considered incorrect (as is “login to”).