For me, from out of the wash to either presented or stored:
1. place print face first onto my bathroom mirror (after cleaning mirror with plain water)
2. squeegee the back
3. air dry wherever I can find room in the bathroom/laundry room. Sometimes this means tacking the prints into the already-battered drywall (only bit of drywall in the whole house, and proud of it...so proud of it that I fill it with holes to pin up my prints to dry ).
4. flatten between mount boards in a dry mount press once dry
5. observe print to see if it is worth any more work or if it needs to be re printed
7. If a print is going to be matted, framed, hung, etc., I just dry mount it straight away and make an overmat to protect the print surface (usually with a gutter). If I am not sure what I'll be doing with them, I keep them loose in old paper boxes.
P.S. This is assuming that I do not bleach or tone the print. If so, insert after number 5: perform other chemical processes as desired, then rewash and start the above list over from the top.