Once a reviewer completes a review, you will see the review screen populated with the information provided from the reviewer. PLEASE NOTE: This is indeed still the Review Screen as you can see in the example below.
In the example provided, you can now see that the Review has been Submitted by Jimmy Test. On the Review Stage page, you will notice that the dates (decision date and due date) are still presented, whereas now we can see the review has been submitted.
Additionally, our reviewer in this case has not added Revisions or Review Discussions, as those would also appear here were any created in the Submission or Review stage.
As you can see, you have choices as to what your author sees. If a reviewer's comments might be meant for Journal Editor eyes only. You will also see a template email that indeed needs some editing - as you can see you will need to write-in your decision, whether it is to accept or decline the submission.
Below is the Decline Submission - with the only main difference being that in the Decline Submission screen, the "Record Editorial Decision" button ends the process, whereas if a Submission is Accepted, the next step is simply selecting materials to Copyedit.
Assuming you do indeed accept the submission, the next part of the process is indeed selecting documents for copyediting. In the Accept Submission Screen, click "Next: Select Files for Copyediting." At this point, another window will pop up, where you can select which Revisions are moving to the Copyedit Stage. This will also be recorded as part of the Editorial Workflow.