I also supplement for calcium and magnesium, as FitDay routinely said I was low on these, despite my varied diet with lots of veggies (if you believe the RDA--I don't know if I do, but I figure it's a decent guidepost). I also seem to have a diet low in potassium, which I don't worry about too much. I eat avocados quite a bit, which seems to help.
As was mentioned on the previous post, FitDay default nutrient counts may be low for some things. For example I use a lot of homemade bone broth, which I bet has more nutrients than FitDay's "Broth, homemade, chicken, without tomato". Again, as mentioned in the other post, I would also suspect that if you're "eating clean", the food you eat may have more nutrients than the average kind listed on FitDay, which are based on the USDA figures, aka Standard American Agribusiness Crap Food.
I don't know if you eat any packaged foods. I eat a bit if it's not too junky: pre-made 95% avo guacamole, frozen salmon entree w/o breading or starch side dish, canned fish, chocolate! If I try to make a custom food entry using the nutrition panel, I find that many products don't list potassium, even though the food certainly contains it (just like most only list A, C, iron and calcium and not the other nutrients).
So if you're making custom foods on FitDay, you may actually be getting more potassium than it says. You can improve things by modifying a food that is already in the database--I just change the amounts of what is actually listed on the label and leave the unlisted ones the same. I figure I'll be in the ballpark. Mostly I'm keeping track to make sure I'm not wildly deficient in anything. Once I'm confident that I'm generally making the correct choices, I'm not going to obsess over it too much.