I have an iOS app sign-up process that is very, very lengthy. I implemented a button to cancel the process (there are reason why this might be necessary, for example to go back to the login screen).
Now I have a button that says "Cancel sign-up". My problem is now that I want to display an iOS action sheet for the user to confirm the decision to cancel the sign-up process, as it would be very costly for the user if he accidentally taps the Cancel button.
So far, so good. But what is the wording I can use on this action sheet. Normally "Cancel" would be my choice to "cancel the cancelling" and go back to the sign-up screens, but I would have used "Cancel sign-up" as my confirmation text.
Do you have any ideas how to solve this? Any wording options you might use instead of "Cancel"? Hiding the button even more so that it won't get tapped accidentally isn't really an option, since it shouldn't be completely out of sight. Undoing an accidental tap isn't an option either as it is very sensitive data and I want it removed once a user decides to cancel.
Searching for this particular problem was very unproductive as it seems this is an edge case where the main action is indeed a cancelling of something.
Thanks for your help.