Changing app navigation structure from version 4 to 5 in react native

I was working on an old app using react navigation version 4 the app contains a register and login in page obviously and then the content of the app.

recently I started remaking the content of the app using react navigation version 5 in order to use the shared element animation and the bottom tab navigator and it was fairly simple.

but I struggled with converting the login part to version 5 since the app structure is somewhat complicated and I am somewhat new to react navigation version 5.

i will leave a figure of the app structure bellow a long with samples of the code used.

Navigation used in the app

App.js :

import { setNavigator } from "./app/navigationRef";
const articleListFlow = createStackNavigator({
  Main: MainScreen, // screen with diffrent articles categories
  ResultsShow: ResultShowScreen, // article details screen
});
const loginFlow = createStackNavigator({
  Signup: SignupScreen,
  Signin: SigninScreen,
});
loginFlow.navigationOptions = () => {
  return {
    headerShown: false,
  };
};

articleListFlow.navigationOptions = {
  title: "News Feed",
  tabBarIcon: ({ tintColor }) => (
    <View>
      <Icon style={[{ color: tintColor }]} size={25} name={"ios-cart"} />
    </View>
  ),
  activeColor: "#ffffff",
  inactiveColor: "#ebaabd",
  barStyle: { backgroundColor: "#d13560" },
};
const switchNavigator = createSwitchNavigator({
  ResolveAuth: ResolveAuthScreen,
  MainloginFlow: createSwitchNavigator({
    //WelcomeScreen: WeclomeScreen,
    loginFlow: loginFlow,
  }),

  mainFlow: createMaterialBottomTabNavigator(
    {
      articleListFlow: articleListFlow,
      ArticleSave: ArticleSaveScreen, // we dont need this one
      Account: AccountScreen,
    },
    {
      activeColor: "#ffffff",
      inactiveColor: "#bda1f7",
      barStyle: { backgroundColor: "#6948f4" },
    }
  ),
});
const App = createAppContainer(switchNavigator);
export default () => {
  return (
    <AuthProvider>
      <App
        ref={(navigator) => {
          setNavigator(navigator);
        }}
      />
    </AuthProvider>
  );
};

NavigationRef.js :

import { NavigationActions } from "react-navigation";

let navigator;

export const setNavigator = (nav) => {
  navigator = nav;
};

export const navigate = (routeName, params) => {
  navigator.dispatch(
    NavigationActions.navigate({
      routeName,
      params,
    })
  );
};

// routename is the name of the routes singin singup accountscreen
// params information we want to pass to the screen we want to show

AuthContext.js

import { AsyncStorage } from "react-native";
import createDataContext from "./createDataContext";
import userAPI from "../api/user";

// using navigate to access the navigator and redirect the user
import { navigate } from "../navigationRef";

// AUTHENTICATION REDUCERS
const authReducer = (state, action) => {
  switch (action.type) {
    case "add_error": {
      return {
        ...state,
        errorMessage: action.payload,
      };
    }

    case "clear_error_message": {
      return {
        ...state,
        errorMessage: "",
      };
    }
    case "signin": {
      return {
        errorMessage: "",
        token: action.payload,
      };
    }

    default:
      return state;
  }
};

// CLEARING ERROR MESSAGES WHEN SWITCHING SIGNIN-SIGNUP
const clearErrorMessage = (dispatch) => () => {
  dispatch({ type: "clear_error_message" });
};

// AUTOMATIC SIGNIN ONLY USING TOKENS ON USER DEVICE
const tryLocalSignin = (dispatch) => async () => {
  const token = await AsyncStorage.getItem("token");
  if (token) {
    // if token exists
    dispatch({ type: "signin", payload: token });

    navigate("Main");
  } else {
    // if token doesnt exist
    navigate("WelcomeScreen");
  }
};

// SIGNUP
const signup = (dispatch) => async ({ email, password }) => {
  try {
    const response = await userAPI.post("/signup", { email, password });
    await AsyncStorage.setItem("token", response.data.token);
    dispatch({ type: "signin", payload: response.data.token });

    // making use of the navigate component to access navigation
    // and redirect the user
    navigate("Main");
  } catch (err) {
    dispatch({
      type: "add_error",
      payload: "Something went wrong with sign up",
    });
  }
};

// SIGNIN
const signin = (dispatch) => async ({ email, password }) => {
  try {
    const response = await userAPI.post("/signin", { email, password });
    await AsyncStorage.setItem("token", response.data.token);
    // using signin since the logic is the same
    dispatch({ type: "signin", payload: response.data.token });

    // making use of the navigate component to access navigation
    // and redirect the user
    navigate("Main");
  } catch (err) {
    console.log(err);
    dispatch({
      type: "add_error",
      payload: "Something went wrong with sign in",
    });
  }
};

// SIGNOUT
const signout = (dispatch) => async () => {
  // removing the token makes identification not work again
  await AsyncStorage.removeItem("token");
  dispatch({ type: "signout" });

  navigate("loginFlow");
};

// CREATING CONTEXT AND PROVIDER OBJECTS FOR AUTHENTICATION
export const { Provider, Context } = createDataContext(
  authReducer,
  {
    signin,
    signup,
    signout,
    clearErrorMessage,
    tryLocalSignin,
  },
  {
    token: null,
    errorMessage: "",
  }
);

createDataContext.js

import React, { useReducer } from "react";

export default (reducer, actions, defaultValue) => {
  const Context = React.createContext();

  const Provider = ({ children }) => {
    const [state, dispatch] = useReducer(reducer, defaultValue);

    const boundActions = {};

    for (let action in actions) {
      // for every action in the actions, call it with dispatch
      boundActions[action] = actions[action](dispatch);
    }

    return (
      <Context.Provider value={{ state, ...boundActions }}>
        {children}
      </Context.Provider>
    );
  };

  return { Context, Provider };
};

My appologies for the long code and thank you in advance for anyone who can help.

Source: ReactJs