For example, is it acceptable to say “Anyways, I love Stack Exchange" or should "anyway" always be used?
From Paul Brians’ book named "Common Errors in English Usage":
So you may prefer using "anyways" colloquially but "anyway" is a more formal way.
Any has to be followed by a singular noun. Anyways is grammatically inaccurate. Of course, dismissing a commonly used construct can be considered pedantry.
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